Victorian Science Talent Search

 

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Congratulations to Megan Lee 10E, Luke Silva 9E, and Paul Tomoiaga 9E who have been well rewarded for their hard work in the Victorian Science Talent Search. The Science Teachers Association of Victoria runs the annual event which is open to all primary and secondary students across Victoria. Their projects each won major bursaries and included a film about ‘Boats and Newton’s Laws of Motion’ from Megan Lee, working models ‘Generating Video from a Microcontroller’ by Luke Silva and ‘Simple Electronics-Big Idea’ by Paul Tomoiaga.

Miriam Fares and Raras Santosa from 9E also won minor bursaries for their creative writing pieces around a science topic. These students will attend a Presentation Day on Wednesday, 6th November at LaTrobe University, Bundoora.  Over 800 winning students out of thousands of entries will be present to explain their entries and receive their bursary cheques at special presentation ceremonies attended by leading scientists. Members of the public are invited to attend the exhibition held from 10.00am in the Union Hall at Latrobe University.

Ms Shee, SEAL

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