Meet Olivia Hallisey, 2015’s Grand Prize Winner.
Determined to do something to help stop the spread of ebola, Olivia wanted to find a faster way to diagnose the disease. She developed the Ebola Assay Card, a device that changes color when the virus has been detected. It requires no refrigeration for transportation or storage and can confirm in under 30 minutes if someone is infected, before they even show symptoms.
Get a behind the scenes look into what makes this year's finalists tick. Learn more about their projects and find out who won at www.googlesciencefair.com.
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