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Science Fair

79th Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair

March 23-24, 2018 at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA

Overview: More than 1,000 students from more than 100 schools in Pennsylvania and one county in Maryland competed for more $1M in cash prizes and scholarships.

Winners who will advance to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair
May 13-18, 2018, in Pittsburgh are:

Nicole Munne
Peters Township High School
Project: Development of an Invitro Liver Model for NAFLD

Benjamin Cummings
Pittsburgh Allderdice High School
Project: Carbon Nanotube-Based Flu Sensor

Mia Pellegrini
Pittsburgh Allderdice High School
Project: Developing an Improved Marker for Protein Purification

Ik-Hyun Kim
Vincentian Academy
Project: Gene Methylation is a Driver of Cellular Differentiation for Intrinsic Subtype of Breast Cancer during Carcinogenesis

All 2018 Category Awards

All 2018 Sponsor Awards

All 2018 Affiliate Sponsor Awards

All 2018 Scholarship Awards

Please see Scholarship Contacts for more information.

Other Awards

Perseverance Awards

Many students participate in science fairs throughout their middle and high school years. The Perseverance Award recognizes their continued dedication to the exploration of science and engineering. Visit Science Fair awards for details.

Carnegie Science Center Awards Winners

Winners will represent Covestro PRSEF at this prestigious event on May 4, 2018 at the Carnegie Music Hall.

Olina Mukherjee
Kentucky Avenue School
Project: Complex Social Behavior in Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches

Molly Hayes
Cambria Heights Middle School
Project: Phantom Limb Syndrome

Beatrice Milnes
Pittsburgh Allderdice High School
Project: Macrophages are Required for Adult Mourning Gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris) Tail Regeneration

Learn more about the Carnegie Science Awards

Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this year's Science Fair a success:
To all the volunteers, judges, students, teachers, to the staffs of the STEM Programs, Carnegie Science Center and Heinz Field, to mentors and parents – It couldn't have happened without you.

See you next year!

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