Eesha Khare is an 18-year-old high school senior. She’s going to Harvard in the fall and uses her cellphone. Typical 18-year-old girl stuff. Oh, she also invented a supercapacitor that charges cell phones in 30 seconds! According to Clutch:
“Eesha Khare, 18, invented a fast-charging device called the supercapacitor. It is miniature energy-storing device that can juice a phone to full charge within 20-to-30 seconds.”
Apparently she developed the device because she got tired of her phone not being charged. When my phone is dying, the best I can think to do is log off of Twitter for a while. This young woman is sharp!
Not only that, she’s doing it with great intentions and ambitious hopes for all of our futures.
“Khare hopes her creation will ‘set the world on fire,’ eventually having enough energy to power automobiles.
So far the burgeoning scientist has powered a LED, but she hopes a few tweaks can lead to the placement of the supercapacitor in cellphones and other technological devices. Khare wants to cut down our dependence on electrical outlets.”
She’s smart and invested in sustainability. So dreamy! You go girl!