Anna You only take the 7th grade at the Massachusetts Primary School and can already enjoy great success. He has managed to build a robot that can identify microplasticism at sea. They are a problem not only for marine animals but for the entire ecosystem. Researchers raise a warning finger and say that by 2050, more fish than fish will swim in the garden, which is very alarming.
This is one of the reasons that Anna decided not only to look at everything. She noticed that it is extremely difficult to remove especially the microplate deposited on the seabed. Therefore, he created a robot that exactly fits this activity. The robot reminds of a small vehicle made of PVC pipes and fish weights moving in the ocean and can identify microplastics with infrared radiation.
How is it possible for a 12 year old girl to do something like this? She got all the knowledge she needed in her local library and watched the hours of video on YouTube. But she had been interested in science since childhood, and her parents had been involved in various events when Anna was only five years old.
Many experts have been handed over to the girl, including Casey Machao from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. For Smithsonian, she said that although the device seems simple, Anna deserves merit. She established a functional prototype to help solve the serious problem of humanity.
– UCSB Benioff Oceans (@UCSBenioffOcean) October 27, 2018
Casey Machao is committed to collecting and evaluating data from polar areas and is pleased that one of the robots in her work inspired Anna to create her own prototype. Her robot also participated in the Broadcom Masters competition, and Anna added her with the idea of the top 30 contestants.
The competition was attended by many skilled people and the ideas were judged by the best engineers and researchers in the field. Even though Anna did not win the first prize, she has no head and hopes to be an engineer once and for all to help build things that make the world a bit better.