Time magazine has named three students of Indian origin among 25 most influential teens of 2018.

Indian-American eighth grader Rishabh Jain has developed an algorithm that could be a possible cure to pancreatic cancer.

Indian-American Kavya Kopparapu, a Harvard University fresher has developed a deep-learning computer system that scans slides of tissue of patients suffering from brain cancer for spotting changes in density, colour, texture and cellular alignment. She also aims to develop targeted therapies particular to the person.

British-Indian Amika Goel has persuaded the policy makers to fund distribution of menstrual products to girls and women who cannot afford them.