M’sian pupils ‘most inspiring’


Young scientists: Sharvina (left) created a plant-based balm to repel mosquitoes, while Yeshmitha invented a reusable mask using natural herbs to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.Young scientists: Sharvina (left) created a plant-based balm to repel mosquitoes, while Yeshmitha invented a reusable mask using natural herbs to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.

TWO eight-year-old science enthusiasts have triumphed over more than 800 participants globally to be named “Most Inspiring” at the virtual International Invention and Innovation Competition 2021 (I3C 2021).

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