From the Mexican hinterland comes the incredible story of Guadalupe, a Mexican girl of only 8 years old, awarded by the Autonomous University of Mexico for inventing a solar-powered water heater. The invention can really create development and progress not only for Mexico, but also for the rest of the world.
The news of the awarding of an academic prize to the commitment and invention of Guadalupe, a little girl from San Cristobal, is going around the world. Passionate about science and technology, the girl has created a device for heating domestic waters through solar energy. In this way, she is helping families who have difficulty in accessing domestic comforts, such as hot water.
Starting from the accumulation of simple everyday objects, he created a rudimentary device that uses solar energy to generate kinetic energy, and thus increase the domestic temperature. Obviously, the invention was first tested for personal use, after which it was verified in terms of effectiveness by the Autonomous National University of Mexico. The girl was awarded the prize for the benefits for the community and for sustainability in the strict sense. Below is an interview with a local broadcaster following the award.
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