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IN Science & Technology ON 24 Jun, 2015
Condoms were created for the birth control and to avoid the sexually transmitted infections. But with the age, when everything is getting smarter with the smartphones, condoms are also now designed in a brilliant way.
An incredible team of 13 and 14-year-old students of Isaac Newton Acadamy in London invented these advanced condoms. They came up with the concept of condoms that will blow colours when detecting any sexually transmitted infection. The condom glows faintly in different colors according to the infection encountered.
For this remarkable invention, these brilliant brains won the first prize of £1,000 for health at TeenTech awards. It is a worldwide competition for teens that encourages them for significant inventions helpful to the welfare of society.
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