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Middle, High School Students Shine at State Science and Engineering Fair

Are you smarter than a middle or high school scientist? Martin County students made an excellent showing during this year's State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida (SSEF).  Four students placed among the top five in their respective categories and three took home category-specific awards.   

 

Please join us in congratulating the following Martin County School District students for being named award recipients in this year's SSEF:

 

🔬Nina Goyal, Hidden Oaks Middle School

Fourth Place, Junior Division

Project Title: Greenhouse Gases Showdown

Category: Earth & Environmental Sciences

 

🔬Kathryn Rogers, Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School

Fourth Place, Junior Division

Project Title: Saving with Solar

Category: Environmental Engineering

 

🔬Varun Singh, Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School

Third Place, Junior Division

Project Title: Busted! Monitoring Hand Hygiene with Smart RFID Technology: Part 2

Category: Intelligent Machines, Robotics & Systems Software

 

🔬Steven Vokun, South Fork High School

Fourth Place, Senior Division

Project Title: Creation of a Highly Efficient Surface ROV Invoking Cylindrical Solar Panels: Year 5

Category: Engineering

 

🔬Arnav Vivek, Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School

Project Title: A.C.D. Atmospheric Carbon Detector

Category: Engineering

Prizes: $50 cash award - Florida Association of Science Supervisors

 

🔬Varun Singh, Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School

Project Title: Busted! Monitoring Hand Hygiene with Smart RFID Technology: Part 2

Category: Intelligent Machines, Robotics & Systems Software

Prizes: Broadcom M.A.S.T.E.R.S. Award, U.S. Navy - Office of Naval Research Medallion Award and Certificate

 

🔬Viraj Singh, South Fork High School

Project Title: See with NFC - A Novel Solution to Assist the Blind and Visually Impaired - A Continuation

Category: Intelligent Machines, Robotics and Systems Software

Prizes: Amazon ECHO - East Panhandle Regional Science & Engineering Fair, Nomination for Scholarship (half tuition for up to four years) - Florida Institute of Technology