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2010 High School CleanTech Awards: Every year the content of the student projects increases in number and sophistication: 

Please congratulate these award winners and all of the students for the curiosity, creativity, and persistance they invested in their projects.

To View the Winners and their Projects: Regions: I, II, III, IV, V, VI  MSSEF State Winners.

2010 Middle School Winners:


Sponsors:

The Boston Area Solar Energy Association (BASEA)

Underwriting by:

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State Fair CleanTech Award Winners:

Rachel K. Dragos, Falmouth Academy: Last Glacial Thru Degalcial Changes in the Flores Sea Inferred From Changes in the Planktonic F. Globigerina

Connor Boris, Plymouth North High School

Cold-Adapted Thermo-Syphoning Solar Water Heater


 

Region I, Western MA:

Climate Science

Award (tie):

Alex Tierney,

Taconic High School

Tornado Warning System

Adam Jermyn,

Longmeadow High School

Behavior of Constrained Charged

Particles

A First Place at State!

Honorable Mention:

Melanie Stier,

Frontier Regional H. S.

A Coral Reef Species along a Transect off south water Caye, Belize after 30 years

An Honorable Mention at State!

CleanTech

Award:

Sierra Swords, Brigid Swords, Nicole Beliveaue,

Westfield High School

Solar Furnace

A Third Place at State!

Honorable Mention:

Rosalind Lytle-Rich

Mohawk High School

Dump to Pump

 

Region II, Central MA

Climate Science:

No Qualifying Projects

CleanTech

Award (Tie):

Raghav Mishra, Shrewsbury High School

Dual Chamber Microbial Organic Fuel Cell

A Second Place at State!

 

Jessica DiFazio,

Hopkinton High School

Grassahol: An analysis of Grasses and Pre-treatment Methods

A First Place at State!

Honorable Mention:

Lea Halberstein,

Marian Catholic High

How does a Stirling Engine Work & How Can It Save The World?

Milan Desai,

Mass Academy of Math & Science, Worcester

Extracting Renewable Energy from Estuaries

A Second Place at State!


Region III,Southwestern:

Climate Science

Award:

Melanie A. Santos,

Taunton High School

Comparison of Lattice Multiplication Algorithm to Traditional Methods

CleanTech

Award:

Courtney & Natasha Dobrott,

Somerset High School

Residential Wind Turbine Study

A Third Place at State!

 

 

Region IV,Northeastern:

Climate Science

No Qualifying Projects

CleanTech

Award:

Dylan Cole,

Lowell Catholic High

Propeller Power (Hydro-Power)

A Second Place at State!

Honorable Mention:

Kevin Wen,

Lexington High School

All Liquid Fuel Cell

Region V, Southeastern MA

Climate Science

Award:

Rachel K. Dragos,

Falmouth Academy

Last Glacial Thru Degalcial Changes in the Flores Sea Inferred From Changes in the Planktonic F. Globigerina

A Third Place at State!

CleanTech

Award:

Elizabeth W. Faus,

Falmouth Academy

Can Alge Effeciently Use Sewage Water to Provide Bio Diesel?


Region VI, Boston:

Climate Science

Award:

Joshua Donald,

The Engineering School

Hurricane Preventer

CleanTech

Award:

Pablo Silva,

The Engineering School

Engineering a Lavatory with a Microbial Fuel Cell