Students Earn Superiors at State Science Day

​MCS Student​s​​ Earn Superiors ​at State Science Day
Posted on 05/30/2018
State Science DayThree Mason High School students earned superior awards at the 70th Annual State Science Day on May 12 at the Ohio State University French Field House and St. John Arena.

Senior Siddharth Barve, freshman Sanchita Paranthaman, and sophomore Anant Ramji all earned a Superior for their individual projects.

Barve's project Stress Sensing using Piezoelectrics also earned the Engineering Achievement Award and $100, and a $1,250 scholarship from winning the Governor's Thomas Edison Award for Advanced or Alternative Energy.

Paranthaman's project the Role of Probiotics in Enhancing Memory and Weight Loss in Mice earned second place in the Governor's Thomas Edison Award for Advanced or Alternative Energy and a $750 scholarship. He also won $150 in the Osteopathic Medical Award, and $500 in the Future Physician - Scientist Award.

Ramji's project Testing for Allergens in Foods took first place and won $500 in the American Chemical Society Columbus Section, and also won the $500 Future Physician - Scientist Award.

Mason Middle School eighth grader Hritika Santosh Kotian received a Superior for her project titled, Effect of Electric Charge on Gel Electrophoresis.

​"Congratulations to all these students on their achievements!" shared MHS Science Teacher Karen Young.​
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