Each student created an exhibit, made a presentation and participated in a question and answer session with the judges. They were evaluated in four categories: behavioral sciences, environmental sciences, health sciences and physical sciences.
This year’s SCSEF winners from Amity High School are:
Completed Project, Behavioral Science
1st Sarah Saxe — The Effect of Subliminal Messages on Food Selection
2nd James He — The Effect of different Comprehension Methods on Comprehension Test Scores
3rd Katherine Handler — The Effect of Different Genres of Music on Various Cognitive Tasks, i.e.: Verbal Memory, Spatial Accuracy and Vocabulary
Completed Project, Environmental Science
1st Haya Jarad — The Effect of Varying Ferrofluid Carrier Liquids On the Ability to Magnetize Oil
HM Lamisa Mannan — The Collembola Consumes the Fungi: An Interaction Between Two important Soil Species
Completed Project, Health and Medical Science
1st Eeman Abbasi — Targeting Expression of Histamine Four Receptors on Microglial Cells to Combat Compulsive Disorders
Completed Project, Physical Science
2nd Noah Gallant — Construction of a Renewable Energy Generator from Recycled materials: A Study on Windbelts
HM Daniel Giebisch — Desiging a Circuit Board To Wirelessly Power a Left Ventricular Assist device (LVAD)
Research Proposal, Behavioral Science
1st Owais Khan — Teachig English Language Skills via Interactive Storytelling with a Spanish-Speaking Robot
Completed Project, (TEAM)
2nd Eli Silvert and Yiran Zhang — Does Musical Training Affect Multi-Channel Sensory Integration?
Research Proposal, (TEAM)
2nd Benjamin Staniewicz, Joshua Crow, Teddy Hague, Harsha Lingareddy and Shaunak Pandit — Sikorsky STEM Challenge: Redesigning the Landing Gear of the F4U Corsair
Congratulations Amity Students and Your Teachers in the Amity Science Research Program, Deborah Day and Vincent Lazzaro. You make us Proud!