2012 Science Fair Award Winners

Written by Jen Desimone, Clean Air Partners
April 13, 2012

Recently Rebecca Davis, our Education Program Manager, wrote a post about local science fairs. This year, Clean Air Partners sponsored ten “Community Awards” at regional and city wide science fairs within the metropolitan Washington-Baltimore region. Clean Air Partners Board members and staff judged and awarded students with $50 gift certificates and invited them and their parents to attend our Annual Celebration on May 8th at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

We're pleased to announce to folllowing 2012 Clean Air Partners Science Fair winners:

Northern Virginia Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Emission Superstitution: Is Going Through the Drive Thru Healthier for the Environment?
Juliana Gruver

Anne Arundel Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Let the Sun Work for Us
Jessica Greer

Prince William-Manassas (VA) Regional Science Fair
The Effect of Lime and Acid Rain on the Amount of Nitrate Leached from Soil and PH of Runoff
Prayant Hanjra

Fairfax County Regional Science and Engineering Fair
The Effect of Transportation on Infrastructure
Chad Brown and Elorm Sallah

Montgomery County Science Fair
Impact of Changes in Future Anthropogenic Aerosol Emissions on Northern Hemispheric Regional Air Quality and Climate
Maureen Lei

Baltimore Science Fair
Green or Gold-Efficient Fuels for the Future
Rebecca Gross

Prince George's County Science Fair
Ethanol Synthesis from Various Biomasses
Maurice Harris, David Burns, and Rahul Nadendla

DC Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Fair
Green Roof Project
Christopher May

Frederick County Science & Engineering Fair
Biodiesel: Up in Flamees
Jennifer Simmons

Loudoun County Regional Science & Engineering Fair
Isolation of Lead Isotopes and Compounds in Quercus I. to Determine the Effects of Air Transportation on Pollutant Present.
Samuel Kane