Taylor Wilson, a rising star in the world of science, was honored at the Intel International Science Fair for his amazing invention that detects weapons on shipping containers. At the age of just 14, Taylor Wilson developed a nuclear fusion reactor! Taylor had spoken at the Fair about the possibility of using his invented device to scan and detect weapons in the cargo containers. The device can also be used as an X-ray device which can scan the containers for fingerprints or radioactive traces without opening them. As the number of cargo containers going in and out of the U.S Customs and Clearance every year is increasing, this device will definitely ease the burden of checking process as well as offer extra security of the imported goods from the overseas countries. His name has been included in the Guinness Book of Records as the youngest nuclear scientist.
Tathagat Avatar Tulsi
There are few people who’ve got special abilities, which they start showing from their childhood. They have got power to change the world using their mind. One of such prodigy is Tathagat Avatar Tulsi.
Tathagat Avatar Tulsi was born on September 9, 1987 in Patna, India. He completed his high school education when he was just 9 and by the age of 10 he earned his degree of Bachelor of Science. By the time he turned 12, he had completed his Master of Science. But he didn’t stop there, his genius mind helped him co-author a research manuscript with Lov Grover, inventor of quantum search algorithm, at the age of 7.
In 2009, Tathagat Avatar Tulsi further went on to become a Ph.D from Indian Institute of Science at the age of 21 which also made him set a record in the Guinness Book of World Records, for being the youngest Ph.D.
Rachael Faye Hill
There are very few people who invent something unique and achieve something impossible. But there are some, who accomplish great heights of success by showing their potential in a very early age. Rachael Faye is such a wizkid, who achieved the feat of becoming the youngest doctor in the world!
At the age of 21, when students just think about their relationships and parties, Rachael Faye became the youngest doctor of Britain. Prior to Rachel, Heenal Raichura from India was the youngest doctor who completed her degree from St. George University, London in 2008 when she was 22.
Rachel Faye Hill was born in Blackpool, UK, but moved to Lanzarote, Canary Islands with her mother and brother when she was eight. Rachel had decided to become a doctor when she was 10. Her teacher recognized her intelligence and ambition and allowed her to skip her school years.