How a 14-year-old inventor helped his vulnerable Great-AuntFollow article
When 14-year-old Freddie realised how vulnerable his great-aunt was, he wanted to help. So he came up with two inventions that could make her life safer.
As a result, he has won the junior engineering prize at the UK's Big Bang competition twice.
In the below video for BBC's People Fixing the World by Craig Langran, Freddie explains more about his inventions.
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