“Necessity is the mother of invention as evidenced since ages.”
It is a human tendency that when we badly need something we tend to find out a solution for that.
We are here with something out of the box today.
These days youngsters of our age are so restless for fulfilling their needs that they sometimes become scientists………and sometimes doctor on their own.
Yes……..Yes!!!! You have heard it right.
Teenagers have invented a new kind of condoms.
A group of school children have invented a condom that changes color when it comes in contact with a sexually transmitted disease.
The condom, called S.T.EYE, won the health category at the Teen Tech Awards in London, which is an annual competition that aims to inspire 11- to 16-year-olds to realize “their true potential and the real opportunities available in the contemporary STEM workplace.
S.T.EYE would theoretically have molecules in the rubber that would glow when it comes into contact with different pathogens. The condom would glow green for chlamydia, yellow for herpes, purple for human papillomavirus (HPV) and blue for syphilis. The conversation that would follow would certainly have the culprit blushing bright red.
It is estimated that there are nearly 20 million new cases of STDs every year in the U.S. and many cases are undiagnosed and unreported. Musaz Nawaz, Daanyaal Ali and Chirag Shah from London’s Isaac Newton Academy wanted to tackle these high rates of STDs.
It is created to help the future of the next generation.
This invention must have definitely been a relief for all of us. These days we evidence so many miracles and that too from teenagers.
Hip Hip hurrayyyyy!!!!!……………..for this teen power.
By :- Teennews1 network team