Scientists Recognized at State Conference

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This past weekend students from all over Florida meet at the annual Florida Junior Academy of Sciences conference at Saint Leo College. Students with outstanding research were invited to present their experimental studies to distinguished scientists from the Academy and to their peers.

The following Stone students were invited to present their research at the conference:
Taylor C.
Flockbots: Programming Robots to Communicate to Enhance Mission Success
Kyle F.
The Design, Construction and Testing of an Autonomous Vehicle Designed for Search and Rescue
Christopher H.
The Effects of Various Structural Designs on a Building During Simulated Earthquakes
Cameron L.
The Design, Construction and Testing of Kite Turbines
Kalil M.
The Effects of Various Plant Extracts on the Growth and Mortality of Mosquito Larvae, Culex sp.
Alex N.
Effects of BPA on Escherichia coli
Luis O.
The Effect of Nulling Magnets on a Torsion Balance that Measures the Earth’s Magnetic Disturbance
Daniel R.
Screening Various Plant Extracts for Antiamoebic Properties
Ryan R.
The Development and Testing of Bioassays to Evaluate the Toxicity of Floodwater
John S.
A Study of Nematodes as a Method of Insect Control



Senior Academy Scientists served as judges for the Junior academy presentations.
Stone students student did extremely well, winning the following awards:
1st place – Luis O.
The Effect of Nulling Magnets on a Torsion Balance that Measures the Earth’s Magnetic Disturbance
4th place
Daniel R. - Screening Various Plant Extracts for Antiamoebic Properties
Outstanding Presentation - Taylor C.
Flockbots: Programming Robots to Communicate to Enhance Mission Success
Outstanding Presentation - Christopher H.
The Effects of Various Structural Designs on a Building During Simulated Earthquakes
Outstanding Presentation - Alex N.
Effects of BPA on Escherichia coli
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