3 Sophomores Attended International Science Fair in May

posted Jun 23, 2016, 3:56 PM by District Webmaster   [ updated Jun 23, 2016, 4:03 PM ]
Three Bartlesville High School sophomores were selected at the Bartlesville District Science Fair to attend the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Phoenix, Arizona on May 8-13, 2016. Gary Layman, AP Chemistry II teacher, accompanied them.

There were 1,760 student projects from 77 countries, territories, or special administrative regions. The students were able to gain valuable experience in presenting their research to the judges and had many opportunities to interact with students from around the world.

Greta Olsen's project was Tiny But Mighty: Small Scale Wind Power and was selected for international competition at the Bartlesville District Science Fair.

James Martinez's project was Shocking Scum: The Effects of Electrical Stimulation on Chlorella vulgaris and was also selected for international competition at the Bartlesville District Science Fair.

Allison Biddinger was named as Observer and 1st Alternate for the international fair at the district science fair, based on her project Helpful Hemolymph.

Congratulations to these students for their top-notch research projects.
2016 ISEF Attendees
Pictured from left to right are: sponsor Gary Layman, James Martinez, Greta Olsen, and Allison Biddinger.

Greta Olsen at ISEF
Greta Olsen with her project display: Tiny But Mighty: Small Scale Wind Power 

James Martinez at ISEF
James Martinez with his project display: Shocking Scum: The Effects of Electrical Stimulation on Chlorella vulgaris