Are you ready to feel a bit…under-accomplished? Nevada 19-year-old Taylor Wilson aspires to develop clean nuclear fusion energy, and few who’ve met him doubt that he can do it. Wilson built his own nuclear reactor at age 14 in his parents’ garage, teaching himself the process by studying information on the Internet and learning from professors at Reno’s Davidson Academy, a public school for gifted students. Wilson is the youngest person to ever build a reactor, and since completing that project he’s built a series of inventions involving nuclear energy, including a method for making less expensive medical isotopes for cancer screening and a device that can detect weapons-grade plutonium at shipping ports, a feat that won him first prize at the Intel Science Fair. He’s currently working on designs for safer, smaller power plants that would not have meltdowns and other accidents. He’s skipping college to have more time to work on his inventions.