Science Fair at Friendswood High School was held recently with a variety of winners.
Senior Neha Narayan took first place in Biochemistry/Microbiology.
Juniors Sarah Palmer and Madeleine Thompson tied for second place. Palmer was entered in the Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical category and Thompson was in the Animal Sciences category.
Andrew Cianciolo, sophomore, placed third in Medicine and Science.
Kaitlyn Smith, freshman, tied for fourth in Animal Sciences with sophomore Jaden Walker in Computer Sciences.
Jared Janak, sophomore, tied for fifth place in Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical category with Sarah McCullogh, sophomore, in Biochemistry & Microbiology.
Four students received Honorable Mention for their projects. Junior, Gautam
Rangappa in Biochemistry & Microbiology, sophomores, Brian Nonan in Medicine
and Microbiology and Vasu-Sidhant Poore in Biochemistry & Microbiology and Toan Van, freshman in Medicine and Health.
The fair was organized by science teachers Rebecca Clark and Theresa Lawrence.
Professionals from local industries including NASA, Lyondell-Basell, Exxon-
Mobil, Air Liquide and many others in and around the community served as judges.
FISD extend its appreciation to all judges who participated.
The students compete next at Galveston Science and Engineering Fair, February 13.