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SOCORRO – More than 300 future scientists presented their research projects at the New Mexico State Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday in Socorro.
Four high school students won all-expense paid trips to the International Science and Engineering Fair to be held next month in Reno, Nev.
Nikita Bogdanov, Alexander Kendrick, Gabriel Joachim and Hee Sung Park were the top winners at Saturday’s event at New Mexico Tech.
Bogdanov, from Albuquerque Academy, won for a project titled, “Can You Do the Water Walk?”
Kendrick, who attends Los Alamos High School, presented a project titled, “The Underground Radio II.”
Joachim, from Cibola High School, researched “Identifying Habitats of Poison-Dart Frogs: Local Equipment and Frog Distribution.”
From Carlsbad High School, Park exhibited his work: “Antibiotic-Producing Characteristics and Speciation of Bacteria in Parks Ranch Cave.” The complete results are available on-line at www.nmt.edu/mainpage/news/2009/SF2009winners.pdf.
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