Since 1960, the Dallastown Science and Engineering Fair has been an annual event. This year, the Fair was held virtually with 50 students projects in categories including biochemistry, engineering, environmental science, health and medicine, and physics.
Topics ranged from:
- “The Effect of UV Wavelength on Seed Germination”
- “Eco-Friendly Solutions to Increase Durability of Asphalt During Global Warming”
- “The Effect of Diphenhydramine on the Heart Rate of Daphnia”
- “Effect of String Displacement on Arrow Velocity”
Projects were judged by a team of scientists and industry experts in the respective categories.
The Junior High Grand Champion was Namya Jindal for the “Water Filter – Fast, Cheap, & Effective” project.
The Senior High Reserve Grand Champion was Gabriel Warriner, for his project on “Comparison of a Spinning Ring to a Ring as a Projectile.” The Senior High Grand Champion was Rohan Panchwagh, for the project “How Does the Temperature of a Room Affect the Rate of Dispersion and Range of an Aerosolized Particle of Water?”