WSSEF 2015 Grand Champion and Premiere Awards

WSSEF Gold Medallion ~ Naveena Bontha, Grade10, Developing Novel MOF Membranes for CO2 and H2 Capture
WSSEF Silver Medallion ~ Sriharshita Musunuri, Grade 9,  Application of Tetrahedrite and Magnesium Silicide in a Novel Thermoelectric Unicouple to Generate Electricity from Industrial
WSSEF Bronze Medallion ~ Swetha Shutthanandan, Grade 11, Novel Design of Water Soluble Porphyrin Containing Supramolecular Complex Nanoparticles for Enhanced Photodynamic Cancer
WSSEF ~ ISEF Finalists
Mahalaxmi Elango, Grade 11, Implementation of Machine Learning for Better Resistance Prediction in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Meera Srinivasan, Grade 12, A novel phenotypically-anchored bioindicator for assessing the marine impacts of urban stormwater runoff

Rosemichelle Marzan, Hyrum Bock, Cameron Beardsley, team of three, all Grade 11, Parabolic Conflat Ion Reflector

These top six projects (eight 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 21 students and chaperones represent the State of Washington at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh, PA May 11 – 16, 2015.  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!