Ten Monroe-Woodbury High School seniors/science research students presented their original research at the Junior Science and Humanities (JSHS) Regional competition in January.
Three Monroe-Woodbury students received special recognition for their work:
First Place: Annabelle Alpar on the Associative Correlation Between Sleep, Headache, Stress and Caffeine Consumption.
Physical and Computational Sciences
Second Place: Shashwat Patel on the Application of Neural Techniques for Odia-English Translation.
Third Place: Simran Arneja on the Effectiveness of Scalability and Material Capabilities in Soft Microrobotic Actuators.
Shashwat and Annabelle will be competing at the state competition on March 25 and 26 at SUNY Albany.
In addition, Rachel Broderick (M-W alumna and former research student) will be the keynote speaker at the State Competition, which will be attended by students from 50 schools New York state.