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Teenager's Invention Charges Cell Phone in Seconds

Eesha Khare, 18, won the Young Scientist Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
00:49 | 05/20/2013

Transcript for Teenager's Invention Charges Cell Phone in Seconds

An eighteen year old California whiz kid may have come up with a fix for the dead battery on your cell phone -- 22 charter. -- -- the California kid is being singled out as one of the best young... See More
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