NASA-Winning Teen Girls, Water – Bria Snell & Mikayla Sharieff, Banneker High, DC

“We wanted to create something that would not only impact our community, but the communities around us.” Bria Snell on Green Connections Radio

Before you drink from a school or public water fountain….
At 17 years old, these Washington, DC high school girls won second place in the NASA OSPARC 2018 contest that encouraged students to “Be the Spark” and “find a new purpose for an existing NASA technology.”

Listen to Bria Snell and Mikayla Sharieff of Banneker High School describe their water filtration system to purify water in school water fountains — called “From H2NO to H2O” — and how they developed it.

You’ll be inspired and want to share this with every child and teenager you know (especially girls) – and their teachers and coaches!

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