Students turn salad spinner into centrifuge
Two students from Rice University, Lauren Theis and Lila Kerr, have transformed an everyday salad spinner into an electricity-free centrifuge that can help diagnose diseases for cheap. It was made with a few other scrap materials and a glue gun.
Now the next step is to go testing which will be happening in Ecuador, Swaziland, and Malawi. Great going!
Students Transform Salad Spinner Into Life-Saving Centrifuge