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Impacted Globally Through Innovation & STEM Workshops

 
 

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CREATING SOLUTIONS WITH STEM

Innovations & PROJECTS

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SixFeetApart

(2020) As millions of people became infected with COVID-19 around the world and Neha saw the direct impact of the pandemic on her community, she invented SixFeetApart. SixFeetApart is a wearable social-distancing device that utilizes the latest developments in ultrasonic technology to detect when an approaching person comes within the 6-foot detection range. SixFeetApart effectively guides social distancing according to the CDC's guidelines in order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MobileMe

(2021) Adults older than 65 years of age suffer the greatest number of fatal falls because of age-related mobility loss. To solve this problem, I invented MobileMe, a device and app that proactively prevents mobility loss and falls in the elderly. MobileMe uses real-time analysis of gait data collected through a microprocessor device through AI to mitigate fall risk and mobility loss in the elderly. 

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Water Purification

(2019) Conducted a lab study to optimize various water purification methods and created a prototype for a method to purify river water to be used as drinking water in developing countries. Used microbiological procedures and chemical studies to investigate purification methods such as activated carbon, micro-filtration, UV disinfection, and natural coagulants to remove impurities. 

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Diagnosing Neurodegenerative Diseases with Brain-Computer Interfaces

Ongoing innovation to diagnose neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers' and Parkinsons' with Brain-Computer Interfaces. Expected start date in fall 2021.

 
"I'M ON A MISSION TO BUILD THE NEXT GENERATION OF YOUTH PROBLEM-SOLVERS AND INNOVATORS SOLVING GLOBAL PROBLEMS"
-NEHA SHUKLA
 
 

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