Broadcom MASTERS, the nation's most prestigious middle school STEM competition, announced that Meghna Behari won the $10,000 Marconi/Samueli Award for Innovation during event in Washington, DC. After finding that current water-testing methods are inefficient, Meghna developed the Aquabot, an automated testing device that can wirelessly collect data on water quality. Visit Society for Science for more information.
Broadcom MASTERS, the nation's most prestigious middle school STEM competition, announced that three Covestro PRSEF students are among 30 national finalists. These students will be competing for more than $100,000 in awards, including a top prize of $25,000. The students representing Covestro PRSEF are:
Note: Last year, our PRSEF student, Aria Eppinger (age 15) won the $20,000 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Advancement for showing the most promise in health-related fields
Good luck to all of our finalists!