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Pupils put passion for science in gear

  • CRAIG KOJIMA
    Savanah Frisk, from Kapaa High School, answers questions about her project, " The Effect of Social Networking on Teen Self-confidence". 500 students representing public, private and home schools competing for significant research awards in this year's 56th Annual Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair at the Hawai`i Convention Center.
  • CRAIG KOJIMA
    Savanah Frisk, from Kapaa High School, answers questions about her project, " The Effect of Social Networking on Teen Self-confidence". 500 students representing public, private and home schools competing for significant research awards in this year's 56th Annual Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair at the Hawai`i Convention Center.
  • CRAIG KOJIMA
    Samuel Scott, a student at Kahuku High and Intermediate school, answers questions about his project, "Manganese oxidizing bacteria from Mars as potential colonizers of Mars." 500 students representing public, private and home schools competing for significant research awards in this year's 56th Annual Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair at the Hawai`i Convention Center.
  • CRAIG KOJIMA
    Zane Ogoso, and Alex Yamada, students from Highlands Intermediate school show off their project, a 'Free flight rubber powered helicopter. 500 students representing public, private and home schools competing for significant research awards in this year's 56th Annual Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair at the Hawai`i Convention Center.
  • CRAIG KOJIMA
    Samuel Scott, a student at Kahuku High and Intermediate school, answers questions about his project, "Manganese oxidizing bacteria from Mars as potential colonizers of Mars." 500 students representing public, private and home schools competing for significant research awards in this year's 56th Annual Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair at the Hawai`i Convention Center.

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