Fraser Doherty: the 14-year-old 'businessteen' who earned a fortune by making jam
Milan Karki: the 18-year-old who invented a £23 solar panel made from human hair
Melanin, a pigment that gives hair its colour, is light sensitive and also acts as a type of conductor. Because hair is far cheaper than silicon the appliance is less costly. The solar panel can charge a mobile phone or a pack of batteries capable of providing light all evening.
NOTE: Several scientists believe this 'invention' is a hoax.
Jordan Romero: the 13-year-old who became the youngest person to summit the Everest
Cameron Johnson: the teenager who sold websites for a six-figure amount
Deitrich Ludwig: the 13-year-old who became the youngest person to build an electric truck
Mohamed Altoumaimi: the 16-year-old who cracked a 300-year-old math puzzle
Thiago Olson: the 17-year-old student who built a nuclear device in his basement.
Jonathan James: the 15 year-old cybercriminal who hacked the NASA computer system
Evan Graham: the solo pilot who could fly five different aircrafts by the age of 16
Alia Sabur: the 18-year-old student who became the world's youngest college professor
Sabur was three days shy of her 19th birthday when she became a professor at Konkuk University, in Seoul. The previous record was held by a student of physicist Isaac Newton, Colin Maclaurin, who set the mark in 1717. Despite her numerous accomplishments -- she started reading at age 2 -- Sabur had never earned a world record before.