Dublin Schools Win at Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair
Science and Engineering students from Dublin High School and Wells Middle School received several awards at the Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair this week. Hundreds of students from schools across the Bay Area participated in the event. The science projects on display represented hours of work and experimentation by the students. Congratulations to all of the students that participated, sharing their passion for science.
Dublin High School Science Fair Results
- 2nd Place: “The immediate effects of short term nutrition on test results.” – Sophia Hui, Visesha Kakarla, and Alicia Tran.
- 2nd Place: “ Effects of motivational stimulus on visual perception with regard to age and gender.” – Angie Wang
- 3rd Place: “Epidemiology study on the correlation between meat consumption and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.” – Sraavya Kakarlapudi
- Honorable Mention: “The affect of light intensity on reading comprehension in teens grades 6-10.” – Kalina Lalova, Julian Wilkinson, Amanda Godwin.
- Honorable Mention: “Tensile strength of hair and the effect of hair strengtheners.” – Shelby Richmond, Daryn Lee
- Honorable Mention: “The barcode of life.” – Sunny Bai, Benson Kung, Frankie Lin.
- Honorable Mention: “The effect of methylcobalamin on the growth of plants.” – Kaushik Kasi
Wells Middle School Science Fair Results
Wells Middle School had 3 students participate in the middle school division. Alexandra Stassinopoulos, Anthony San Mateo, and Jessica Shipps worked with Brad Vereen and the science club to get their projects ready.
- 1st place: “Booby Trap: Fact Or Fiction?” - Alexandra Stassinopoulos
- 2nd place: “Which Stain Is Hardest To Remove?” – Jessica Shipps
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