Worcester Regional Science and Engineering Fair Results
Eleven Mass Academy juniors advanced from the STEM Fair to compete in the 68th Worcester Regional Science and Engineering Fair (Region II) on March 10th. Congratulations to the following students who will compete in the Massachusetts Science and Engineering Fair (MSEF) on May 5th. First place winners qualify to enter the ISEF Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair.
1st Place Award Winners and ISEF Representatives
Affordable On-Orbit Millimetric Orbital Debris Detection and Characterization
The effectiveness of a standardized mixture of antioxidants as a preventative treatment for PTSD and its symptoms in C. elegans
*Recipient of Regeneron Biomedical Science Award
2nd Place Award Winner
Leveraging Differential Gene Expression Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling to Detect Biomarkers of Brain Cancer Subtypes
3rd Place winner
Using Immune Footprints in a Novel Deep Learning Model to Detect Human Diseases
Honorable Mention Awards
Using A Mathematical Model to Personalize Keyboard Layouts For Users Missing Digits
The effects of varying ground surfaces on foot strike hemolysis
Assessing the Efficacy of Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Public Speaking Anxiety
Differentiating Neurological Disorders Based on MRI Scans of Previous Patients
PD-L1 Expression is Upregulated in Tumor Infiltrating Myeloid Cells of Young Tumor Bearing Hosts
Donovan Sappet and Omar El Nesr will also be eligible to compete in MSEF as direct entries.
Click here to view the complete list of 2023 WRSEF Region II High School Fair Winners.
Congratulations to all students who have worked hard throughout this process. Thank you to the seniors and parents who have provided support throughout the year. Your feedback and encouragement made a difference.