17-Year-Old's 'Pregnancy Test For Ebola' Invention Will Blow You Away (Video)


Adults who can't figure out what's wrong with the damn WiFi half the time, prepare to feel inadequate.

Olivia Hallisey, a remarkable 17-year-old Connecticut resident, joined host Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night's episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to discuss her “pregnancy test for Ebola.”

The test, which gets its “pregnancy” name from the color change verifying whether or not a patient has Ebola, won the 2015 Google Science Fair and is a major medical improvement.

Hallisey told Colbert,

Colbert quickly replied,

The 11th grader admitted she devoted a ton of her time outside of school completing the project.

She shared,

Try not to feel twice as inadequate when you hear Hallisey also competes on her school swim team.

We can't all be Ebola Pregnancy Teen, but we sure as hell can aspire to be Ebola Pregnancy Teen.

Citations: A 17-year-old created a 'pregnancy test' for Ebola that turns blue if you have it and blew Colbert away (Business Insider)