MOST Science Fair Winners

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The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) Science Fair took place at the SRC Arena at Onondaga Community College. The competition was made up of fourth through 12th grade students. Scholarships, trips and awards were given to winning students. The SCSD would like to recognize and congratulate the students from participating schools: H.W. Smith School, G.W. Fowler High School, Ed Smith School, and Corcoran High School. Please see below for a list of the SCSD winners.

Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Risings Stars) is intended to encourage, reward and celebrate the mastery of science, technology, engineering, and math among sixth, seventh and eighth grade science fair participants.

  • Christopher Edmonds, seventh-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, The Hidden Web: Internet Browsing, Behavioral Targeting and Tracking.

Honeywell Summer Science Week at the MOST Scholarship, for eighth grade students, worth $1,000 each.

  • Imane Aitnajim and Amela Mujak, H.W. Smith School, Best Way to Preserve Apples.
  • Max Moore, Lincoln Middle School, The Greatest Achievement of a Potato Cannon

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Scholarship - $4,000

  • Cimone Jordan, a junior at G.W. Fowler High School, Effect of Greywater on Plant Growth.

College of Engineering & Computer Science and Summer College at Syracuse University Scholarship Award - $8,420

  • Nyezee Goe, a junior at G.W. Fowler High School, Robopollution.

Cornell Women's Club of Syracuse Book Awards

  • Madeline Scott, fourth-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, Cat Toy Enrichment Study.

IEEE Awards in Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Signe Golash, a freshman at Corcoran High School, RSA Cryptography.
  • Zaynah Wazen, a fourth-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, Lauspeaker Concept

Lockheed Martin Awards

  • Signe Golash, a freshman at Corcoran High School, RSA Cryptography.
  • Jackson Marko, fourth-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, Up, Up and Away.
  • Addison Simone, a seventh-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, Trajectory of an Arrow.
  • Tyler Broschart, fourth-grader at Edward Smith K-12 School, Tyler's Undersea Explorer.

Also:

  • Kaya Pagano, a freshman at Corcoran High School, won three awards for her Rain Garden Soil Suitability project. They were the following: SUNY Oswego Genius Olympiad Award, Stockholm Junior Water Prize and an award from the U.S. Metric Association.

The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) organized the science and engineering fair. It was co-sponsored by Lockheed Martin Inc., Time Warner’s Connect a Million Minds and the Technology Alliance of Central New York. Click here, to see the full list of winners.