Best from Waste Challenge

Let’s create a science illustration from the waste around us.

Submit your creativity and present your ideas.

Escherichia Coli

Materials used:

Cardboard, color paper, thread and dough.

By: Adarsh Pandey

Simple Microscope

Materials used:

Cardboard and glue.

By: Shantanu Shrivastava

DNA Model

Materials used:

Wire & Beads

By: Bipin Singh

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