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Assabet Valley Biotech Students Advance to WPI Science Fair

Student projects will be at WPI today.

Jennifer Moore, Hudson, with her Science Fair project, Drop to the Top. Credit: Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
Jennifer Moore, Hudson, with her Science Fair project, Drop to the Top. Credit: Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

After the Science Fair in Biotechnology on Feb. 25, these seven projects by nine students are going on to the Worcester Regional Science & Engineering Fair on March 7 at WPI. 

The judges who volunteered at Assabet Valley were Jason Newcom, PhD and Michele Heffernan, PhD, both from Sunovion Pharmaceuticals in Marlborough; Nancy Degon, the Chair of the Worcester Regional Fair; Mary Lucchese; Carolyn Madzar; Carlos Davis; and Ryan McCabe, all Assabet staff members.

Tiani Araujo, Marlborough, Saying Bye to Dry Skin: Knowing Which Moisturizers Work; Kilian Pierce, Marlborough, Planaria Regeneration; Jayson Rego, West Boylston, Hormonal; Alexander McMahon, Hudson, and Kayla Curtis, Berlin, Do 99.9% Cleaners Actually do the Job?; Nicole Zwicker, Berlin, and Stephanie Quinlan, Clinton, Branded; Rebecca Araujo, Marlborough, Ridding the World of Red Tide: Affects pH Has on Alga Blooms; and Jennifer Moore, Hudson, Drop to the Top.

Submitted by Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.

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