2016 NOBCChE National Science Fair- Junior Division (Middle School)
Voting for the People's Choice Award is open from November 9 at 9 AM to November 11 at Noon. The winner will be announced November 11 at the NOBCChE STEM Weekend Awards dinner.
|Name||Grade||School||City, State||Project Title|
|Andrew Wilson||8||Greenbelt Middle School||College Park, MD||Water Safety Testing|
|Astrid Wilson||7||Greenbelt Middle School||College Park, MD||Which material absorbs oil the best?|
|Ellianna Poleski||8||Greenbelt Middle School||College Park, MD||Water Filtration Design|
|Laramie Helkenberg||6||AAMS||Thayer, KS||Laramies Bridges Falling Down|
|Nedim Yusuf||8||Imagine Hope Tolson Charter School||Washington, D.C.||Freshwater vs. Greywater, Will the Plants Survive?|
|Samuel Christian||8||Charter School for Applied Technology||Buffalo, NY||The Effect of pH Levels on Metals Influence the
Rate of Corrosiveness of Rust
|Vernon Mills Jr.||8||Greenbelt Middle School||College Park, MD||Water Filtration using Fabrics|
|Yenair Yousuf||7||Imagine Hope Tolson Charter School||Washington, D.C.||Filtering Water, Which Filtration System Works Best?|
The NOBCChE National Science Fair is a poster competition in which students present an independent completed research project. Each contestant in the Science Fair must demonstrate their ability to conduct a research project by:
- Submitting an abstract of 150 words or less on an individual research project in one of the following four categories: physical sciences, math & engineering, consumer science, or biological sciences
- Presenting the results of the research in a poster format, including answering questions from judges; and submitting a written report during the poster presentation.