Science Fair Results

21 Apr

Hey, just wanted to let everyone who wished me good luck in the science fair how I did.  I had some trouble this year because I started one project in a professor’s lab and he left and I didn’t get far enough along to turn it into a project.  Then I started another one, but couldn’t get the last ingredient, liquid nitrogen.  So, I didn’t have much time left for my third project.  So, I won the district science fair and got a bronze medal at the county fair.  I also qualified to participate in the Broadcom Masters competition where I can win a trip to Washington D.C. and meet the president.

And then today, I used one of my old projects to enter into a city-wide science fair.  I won third place and won an iPod Shuffle!  That’s pretty cool.  It’s already loaded up with science podcasts.  I LOVE the 60-Second Science series from Scientific American Magazine.

Thanks for all of your good luck wishes.  Next year, I plan to go to the state fair!


5 Responses to “Science Fair Results”

  1. supposedgenius175 April 26, 2013 at 6:18 pm #

    Well done!

  2. Josh Register December 27, 2013 at 1:42 am #

    What was the project about? (And nice web design BTW.)

    • krystal92586 January 1, 2014 at 3:09 am #

      I calculated Planck’s Constant using LEDs and a power supply. Used turn on voltage and the frequency of the light to figure it out.


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