Discovery 3M Young Scientist Challenge 2018 finalists Indian American studentsThe United States is all set to select the nation’s Top Youngest Scientist from among the 10 finalists  includingi five Indian American youngsters. The United States is all set to select the nation’s Top Youngest Scientist from among the 10 finalists  includingi five Indian American youngsters. The finalists of Discovery Education Network’s 3M Young Scientist Challenge 2018 are promising innovators and inventors on a mission to ensure a better future for mankind.Five Indian American Students among Ten Finalists of America’s Top Young Scientist Title 2018

Mehaa Amirthalingam of Texas
A resident of Sugar Land in Texas, 13-year-old Mehaa Amirthalingam has invented a unique toilet flushing system which uses grey water and fresh water. She believes, “Innovation should not degrade humanity for the sake of personal gain.” Her favorite invention of the last 100 years is smartphone which, she says, has made our day-to-day life incredibly easier. An 8th grader at Sartartia Middle School, Mehaa aspires to be a patent-holding engineer by the time she turns 30. Here’s a video illustration of her invention: