Texan Super-Teen Pia Sen Fights Bacterial Diseases with Electricity: A Not Impossible Original from ISEF

Pia Sen is motivated and awesome. Using Arduino circuit boards, AC current and Austin-bred brainpower she's bringing innovation to treating bacterial diseases.
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Pia Sen is motivated and awesome. Using Arduino circuit boards, AC current and Austin-bred brainpower she's bringing innovation to treating bacterial diseases.

Super teen Pia Sen has developed a way to fight antibiotic resistant bacteria using spark (high frequency alternating currents) and determination. A fan of the Not Impossible motto, and a believer that open source is awesome sauce, Pia is determined to continue her work to help people across the world.

NotImpossibleNow's editor-in-chief Elliot Kotek caught up with the young DIY-inspired Texan at Intel's ISEF (international science fair) last month after the student displayed some savvy to ensure she tracked our team down after hearing founder Mick Ebeling speak at the fair's commencement.

Pia is definitely one Not Impossible Teen-to-Watch.