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An elegant, simple solution to Third World cooking smoke: Solar panels and computer fans
by Stuart Tomlinson, KATU News
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1 October 2018
On 1 October 2018 KATU News (ABC) reported:
A Portland [Oregon] ninth-grader has been named one of the top young scientists in the [United States] for his simple solution to dangerous cooking smoke in Third World kitchens. 'This is the solar panel set up, and as the sunlight falls onto it it's able to produce the power, and it comes down these wires to the fans, which are all connected together in parallel,' said Pratik Vangal as he showed visitors his invention. His solution's cost? About 5 dollars.
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Earlier this year, Pratik entered his invention into the Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science and the Public Today competition. ... He and 29 other young middle school scientists ... were chosen from more than 2,500 applicants from 35 states to attend the finals in Washington, D.C. later this month ...
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