The project “Secuence” by Dilnaz Kamalova and Dana Yerlanova, students of Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Physics and Mathematics in Almaty, entered the Top 100 global Google Science Fair.
Top 100 solutions proposed by young people aged 13 to 18 years from different countries of the world were selected for the finals. Dilnaz and Dana have dedicated their development to public health. Students have developed a mobile application that will make life easier for people suffering from chronic illnesses. The invention of young innovators called "Secuence" reminds the user about the need to take drugs.
- Using the application, you can set the exact time of drug intake, which will significantly facilitate the lives of patients and their families. The development is also aimed at digitization of medical institutions, - Dilnaz Kamalova says.
This year there were several thousand applications for participation in the Google Science Fair from more than 100 countries. According to the official website of the competition, works are evaluated according to predetermined criteria. Judges select the top 20 projects out of 100 that will be presented in Mountain View, California, during the final round of the competition. There, Google will announce the names of the winners in certain categories, as well as the main winner, who will receive educational grant of 50 thousand dollars.