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KHScifest 2017

Thu 9th Mar 2017

KHScifest 2017 displayed the best investigative scientific offerings from our Form Two students. The excitement and enthusiasm were infectious, and the judges commented on how articulate they all were. Louise Marshall and CEO of SciFest Ms Sheila Porter awarded the prizes. Congratulations to every student involved and especially to our overall winners Ellie Lezzarini and Emma Culleton on their project 'Edible garbage’. This project also won the environmental prize for its research into homemade plastics that could be digested and biodegrade easier than ones available on the market.

1st: + Environmental prize ‘ ‘Edible Garbage’ from Ellie Lazzarini and Emma Culleton

2nd  ‘How influenced are our thoughts through conversations and TV’, Aimee Tobin and Callista Kuan

3rd ‘’Underwater breathing device’, Andrew Peard, Marcus O’Brien

 

Highly Commended:

Does diet effect the production of eggs’ Faith Ojo and Bella Dunlop

‘Going Gluten free-Can a gluten free diet be beneficial for a non-Coeliac’ Sara Lynch

‘Lie detecting, Human vs Technology’ Chloe Gardiner, Aideen Carmody, Cara Conlon

‘Sugar Rush’, Rebecca Doyle, Emma Kerr, Ciara Murray

‘Communications through Morse code vibrations’, Holly Shaw and Sinead Olowookere

  • SCIFEST 2017 The King's Hospital 1st prize winners
  • SCIFEST 2017 The King's Hospital 2nd prize winners
  • SCIFEST 2017 The King's Hospital 3rd prize winners
  • SCIFEST 2017 The King's Hospital 1st prize winners - Edible Garbage