May 25, 2013
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 13:29
Students from Shelton High School competed at the annual Connecticut Science Fair, held March 15-19 at Quinnipiac University.
Those students and their earned prizes were:
•Adam Zhitomi and Samantha Dimas, a first place ribbon for “True Green Fuel of the Future: Algae.” They also earned the Pfizer Life Sciences Awards as finalists in the life science section for seniors, receiving Connecticut Science Fair Medallions and Acrylic Award. The two earned the United Technologies Corporation Awards, which was a $500 UTC common stock plaque, backpack and annual report.
•John Hunter and Kristian Schif, a first place ribbon for “Eggs-traordinary Strength.” The pair also received the Dominions and Millstone Power Station Physical Sciences Awards as finalists in the seniors physical science team. With that award they received a science fair medallion and Acrylic Award. The students received a $100 savings bond from the Connecticut Architecture Foundation.
•Rigel Mahmood, a second honors ribbon for “Renewable Energy For Mobile Devices.” He received the Goodrich ISR Awards for Excellence in Engineering, getting a science fair medallion and Acrylic Award.
•Catherine Cheu, a second honors ribbon for “Which Strings Will Sing Longest.”
•Anna Maria Marini, a second honors ribbon for “Mother Nature’s Mop: The Innovative Eco-friendly Alternative for Revolutionizing Oil Spill Removal Dehydration Sphagnum Peat Moss.”
•Mackenzie Thompson and John Fenton, a second honors ribbon for “What’s in Your Water.”
•Shannon Kennedy, a third place ribbon for “Solar Cells.”
•Priya Mohan, a third place ribbon for “Financial Alert Software: A Novel Creation Using the Database Management System DBMS: SQL.”