10:06 Meet Kelvin Doe, a 15-year-old completely self-taught engineering whiz from Sierra Leone who was given the chance to visit and study at MIT. His story is inspiring and remarkable – showing that inspiration and innovation can spring from anywhere. Kelvin’s drive to teach himself electronics and help his community by reverse-engineering radios, generators and other devices from what 99.9% of the population would consider trash is a moving reminder of that fact.

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3 Responses to “Self-taught African Teen Engineering Whiz Wows MIT Experts”

  1. CrisPopenoe Says:

    Self-taught African Teen Engineering Whiz Wows MIT Experts [VIDEO] http://t.co/2MLqtAc2 Inspiring & remarkable story http://t.co/3Y2eUZd8

  2. ymgonzal Says:

    Self-taught African Teen Engineering Whiz Wows MIT Experts [VIDEO] http://t.co/PdAN0Sdq
    Meet Kel… http://t.co/hYKmU6tg

  3. PazTres Says:

    crispopenoe: VIDEO
    Self-taught African Teen Engineering Whiz Wows MIT Experts [VIDEO] http://t.co/ActNaWOK
    Me… http://t.co/u522lW4N

 
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