Winners

2017 Grand Award Winners

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Best in Division

  Junior High - Botany and Zoology Division ($100 cash)
    (104) Can Juvenile Crayfish Combat Schistosomiasis?
        Student: Austin Roberts
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Junior High - Behavioral, Cognitive and Social Sciences ($100 cash)
    (217) Typoglycemia: Fact or Fiction?
        Student: Paige Kieding
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Junior High - Environmental Sciences ($100 cash)
    (310) Valley Velocity
        Student: John Teel
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Junior High - Molecular Biology, Chemistry, and Microbiology ($100 cash)
    (401) Deadly Dyes: The Mutagenic Effects of Gentian Violet
        Student: Li Meinhold
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Junior High - Physics, Electronics, and Computer Sciences ($100 cash)
    (507) Can Light Curves Determine the Outcome of a Supernova
        Student: Thomas Radujko
        School: Goleta Valley Junior High School

  Junior High - Mechanical and Earth Sciences ($100 cash)
    (609) The Effect of Cedarwood Oil (Cedrus Atlanticus) on High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
        Student: Wesley Lin
        School: Goleta Valley Junior High School

  Junior High - Engineering Division ($100 cash)
    (703) Fighting Fire with Sound
        Student: Trevor Hurvitz
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Senior High - Life Sciences ($100 cash)
    (804) How can adsorbent materials be utilized for pesticide elimination?
        Student: Isabella Hurvitz
        School: San Marcos High School

  Senior High - Physical Science ($100 cash)
    (902) The Effect of UV light on the Production of Vitamin D3 in Cream
        Student: Catherine McQueen
        School: San Marcos High School

Best in Fair

  Best in Fair Junior ($200 cash)
    (401) Deadly Dyes: The Mutagenic Effects of Gentian Violet
        Student: Li Meinhold
        School: La Colina Junior High School

  Best in Fair Senior ($200 cash)
    (804) How can adsorbent materials be utilized for pesticide elimination?
        Student: Isabella Hurvitz
        School: San Marcos High School