Our team of 9 students and 4 chaperones are headed to Phoenix, U.S.A. in May to represent NSW and Australia at Intel ISEF 2019 (The International Science and Engineering Fair). The team consists of:
Callum Predavec, Mosman High School: Planetary Transfer Calculator Callum will be our first ever Mathematics entry in ISEF
Macinley Butson, The Illawarra Grammar School: The Smart System
Kelvin Du, Newington College:Investigating humidity related nuisance alarms in smoke detectors
Emma Serisier, Bishop Druitt College: The Use of of chickens as bio-recyclers of household organic waste
Isaac Heagney, St. Columba Anglican College: SARFISH Safety Alert for Rock Fishing
Angelina Arora, Sydney Girls High School: The Effect of Algae on Oil Spill Remediation
Eliza Martin, PLC Sydney: The Development of a Novel Treatment for Lactose Intolerance Using Synbiotic Formulations
Sophie Angus, PLC Sydney: Using coriander to remove lead from contaminated water
Olivia Arvanitis, Meriden School: Water Monitoring System
The team will also include our Broadcom Masters representative
Dean Chapman, MacAuley Catholic College: To grow or not to grow….that is the question
We are grateful for funding from our new sponsors: The Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer (through their Supporting Young Scientists Program SYSP) and CrookEd Science along with our Principal Sponsor The Sapphire Foundation for making it possible for us to send the whole complement of 9 projects to ISEF.
Please return back for more posts highlighting each of our talented delegates’ projects.