American Taylor Wilson has become the world's youngest nuclear scientist at the age of 17. Taylor spends his time advising the US Department of Energy on nuclear fusion research.
Taylor's name has been included in the Guinness Book of World Records. At age 7, he had memorised every rocket made by the US and Soviet governments from the 1930s onwards. At age 11, Taylor was mining for uranium with his dad in the New Mexico desert and at age 14 he become the youngest person in the world to build a nuclear fusion reactor.