Over 100 students from schools across 17 states in India showcased 70 innovative projects in diverse fields of science at the National Science Fair IRIS (Initiative for Research and Innovation in Scie
Lakes and water bodies in the city have been a talked about issue in the city for quite some time. Students these days are coming up with different technologies and projects of their own to identify if the water bodies are in good condition or not.
BENGALURU: Two high school students from the city have developed a system of monitoring water quality in lakes in real-time with the help of sensors that send data to your mobile phones. Pranav Shikarpur and Siddharth Vishwanath are class 11 students of the Bangalore International Academy who started working on the project around 10 months back.
siddharth Vishwanath and Pranav Shikarpur Students from Bangalore had come up with A solution to save the Bengaluru lakes.
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#Repost @irisnationalfair ⚫⚫⚫ Pranav Shikarpur & Siddharth Viswanath are ecstatic about bagging a grand award win at #IRIS2017! The enthusiastic duo can’t wait to be a part of #ISEF2018. All the best! #Passionatelycurious #IamIntel