Anjali’s award-winning project, the Tethys, enables users to test for lead levels in water with greater ease and effectiveness than many existing testing processes. This tool, named after the Greek goddess of fresh water, has potentially life-saving implications for communities around the globe.
However, this isn’t Anjali’s first Good Turn in the world of STEM. We met this 11-year-old innovator back in February, after her life-saving device for snake bites earned her the title of Middle Tennessee Council’s STEM Scout of the Year. Flash forward to October, and she’s already invented yet another way to save lives before the year has even ended (classic Anjali).
Be sure to check out Anjali’s Tethys device in the video below from Good Morning America.
Read more about Anjali’s inventions, her thoughts on girls in STEM, and more by reading her recent interview from TIME for Kids magazine.
Find out how you can follow your curiosities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math by heading to STEMscouts.org to find a lab near you!