WSSEF Gold Medallion ~ K. Lee & N. Hoppis, Grade 12 Team, Todd Beamer High School, The Role of Secondary Electrons in IEC and BT fusion
WSSEF Silver Medallion ~ N. Bontha, Grade 11, Hanford High School, Improving upon Energy Efficiency and Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: A Novel Approach for the
WSSEF Bronze Medallion ~ B. Zabback, M. Jerez and M. Nanneman, Grade 11 Team, STEM High School, Developing a Device to Assist with the Field Application of Solar Water Disinfection
WSSEF ~ ISEF Finalists
D. Nandy, Grade 11, Newport Senior High School, Development of a Novel Class of Anti-diabetic and Anti-cancer Agents Targeting PTPlB Enzyme
E. Saxena , Grade 9, Interlake High School, A Portable Optoelectronic Molecular Identification System for Non-Invasive Medical Screening and Food Quality Assessment Using Machine Learning
A. Hillier, Grade 10, Newport High School, Communication by ultrasound using radio modulation techniques
These top six projects (nine students) combine with the top projects from the four WSSEF affiliated Regional Science & Engineering Fairs (Mid-Columbia, Central Sound, South Sound and Southwest Washington) to form Team Washington. Team Washington’s 22 students, student observers and chaperones represent the State of Washington at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix, AZ on May 8 – 13, 2016. The ISEF is the world’s largest pre-college science competition. Our Team Washington students compete against 1,800 young entrepreneurs and innovators from 70 countries worldwide.
Go Team Washington!