Gordon E. Moore Award

Vancouver Boy Wins Prestigious Gordon E. Moore Award

Vancouver Boy Wins Prestigious Gordon E. Moore Award

A Student in Vancouver has recently invented new way to control the spread of global epidemics for his science project. 17-year-old Raymond Wang has won first prize at the world’s largest high school science fair in Pittsburgh.

Wang received prize money of US$75,000, for creating a new air circulation system to isolate and eliminate germs in aircraft cabins, in order to reduce travelers’ exposure to disease.

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