Why germs thrive on planes— and how to stop them - Raymond Wang
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Raymond Wang is only 17 years old, but he's already helping to build a healthier future. Using fluid dynamics, he created computational simulations of how air moves on airplanes, and what he found is disturbing. Wang shares an unforgettable animation of how a sneeze travels inside a plane cabin as well as his prize-winning solution: a device that increases fresh airflow in airplanes and redirects pathogen-laden air out of circulation.
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