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Family Science Night Educates Wardlaw-Hartridge Community

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The Family Science Night award winners proudly display their certificates. Credits: Photo provided by Wardlaw-Hartridge School
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Logan D'Amore (left) and Sahil Mulji display their project to young students at Family Science Night. Credits: Photo provided by Wardlaw-Hartridge School
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EDISON, NJ - The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison held its second annual Family Science Night on April 20 and parents, teachers, classmates, friends and students from all three divisions were treated to a fantastic display of science. All students in grades 9-10 presented projects related to biology, chemistry, physics, engineering and many other scientific fields. 

The event went green this year, with QR codes stationed near the displays to allow the guests to vote for their favorite projects online. Below is a listing of the projects that received recognition, both from online voting and the judges:

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  • Most Creative - Hrithik Bawa of South Plainfield and Isaiah Singh of Carteret (Hydrogen Cell Energy Storage)
  • Most Entertaining - Mike He of Edison and Dylan Maier of Rahway (The Science of Stickiness)
  • Most Interactive - Pooja Nandhyala of Edison and Will Rehwinkel of Scotch Plains (Virtual Reality)
  • Most Educational - Logan D'Amore of Scotch Plains and Sahil Mulji of Edison (Steam Engines)

Judges Awards of Distinction:

  • Stan DeLaurentiis of Plainfield (Newton's Laws of Motion)
  • Jane Anderson-Schmitt of Scotch Plains (Insulators & Conductors)
  • Sarah Ivanov of Woodbridge and Gurleen Sindhar of Carteret (Luminescence)
  • Camila Fang of Edison and Sydney Johnson of Somerset (Ferrofluids)
  • Gabe Dizon of Metuchen and Wiliam Yin of Scotch Plains (Magnetic Mineralogy)
  • Jerry Sun of Edison and Eric Wang of Highland Park (Superconductors)
  • Lara Jasti of Colonia and Olivia Tobey of Scotch Plains (Fans & Air Flow)

Editor's NoteWardlaw-Hartridge is an advertiser of TAPintoSPF. For information about advertising, contact jmooney@tapinto.net.

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