Raipur-based Anmol Rathi and Harsh Agarwal have developed a cancer test that they claim is 130x cheaper than MRI or CT scans, and about 40x cheaper than the pancreatic cancer blood test. The test has been found to be 85% effective in trials. Listen to Rathi talk about the prototype, and future plans for the venture
Ananya Gupta, 17, has built a SaaS platform where you can upload any elementary school textbook to check whether it is biased. The venture, called Grit Parity, has received funding from Amazon Web Services, and Gupta plans to take it international
Arushi Aggarwal started an initiative called Unknown16 to help develop a passion for STEM sectors among the underprivileged. She now plans to scale this up in both the US and India. Listen to what she's accomplished so far, from a different time zone, and what lies ahead, on this week's episode of Teenpreneurs
Currently in the prototyping stage, Lavanya Iyer's 'Kynaid' can help patients recover their kinetic movements faster, and also let physiotherapists manage sessions remotely
It wasn't always easy for Anugreh Sehtya, 19, and Mohd Faiz, 20, founders of Hybrid Ideas Solutions. Listen to them talk about their first—failed—enterprise, and how it set the ground for their next venture, which now stands on solid ground, helping non-profits across the globe with digital operations.
Akarsh Shroff and Rakshak Gowda started Grey Night Private Limited a year ago, when they were 19, and the company uses provisional patented, seed-funded Femto-satellite based wildlife monitoring to provide low-cost access to remove sensing data to track various small avian species. The duo claim their technology outstrips other offerings in the market. Akarsh says being a computer science student, he believes any problem can be solved with tech
On this week's Teenpreneurs podcast, we have 19-year-old Dhiraj Chalse who cofounded BitFringe Technologies with his childhood friend Nishant Bhandari. Their startup which uses optical character recognition algorithm to automate data extraction is incubated by Nasscom 10,000 Startups and already boasts of 17 paying clients
The youngest Teenpreneur on our podcast yet, Neha Bhatt is from Puttur, outside of Mangaluru. Her invention, an automatic agri-sprayer, can protect farmers—including her own grandfather—from the damage caused by a fungicide spray
As a teenager, Arjun Deshpande was surprised to find that about 60 percent of Indians cannot procure medicines they need, because of high costs and other barriers. After research on the indudstry, he founded Generic Aadhar at 16, a B2B2C venture that sources generics directly from manufacturers, retailing them at a fraction of the cost. Now, it has expanded across India, from Jammu to Nagaland. Hear more about how Deshpande juggles education and his business, and future plans for Generic Aadhar, on this episode.
Bengaluru-based Nikhiya Shamsher started working on cancer research way back in Grade 9. Three years later, she's still making breakthroughs. Her invention, QuickPuff, is an early risk detector of oral cancer and pre-cancer, identifying a biomarker in your saliva. It's been tested on 500 patients and is priced at Rs 38. Shamsher, who will start university at Stanford next year, talks about what it took to get here, and where the project still needs to go, on this episode