CSEF Category Awards: 2018

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J2217 — First Place
Arhan R. Rout, Grade 8
Aylin G. Salahifar, Grade 8
Using Adjuvants to Amplify the Effect of Organic Herbicides to Kill Undesired Plants
Advisor: Mrs. Preethi Sundaresakumar
School: Stratford Middle School, Sunnyvale Raynor, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County
J2205 — Second Place
Lola S. Castorina, Grade 7
Can Road Salt Be Used to Control the Mosquito Population?
Advisor: Mrs. Christy Novak
School: St. Timothy School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
J2216 — Third Place
Aisha K. Randhawa, Grade 7
Cell Phone Radiation: Does a Radiofrequency Shield Boost the Lifespan of the Fruit Fly?
Advisor: Mrs. Renee Rosas
School: Auburndale Intermediate School, Corona, Riverside County
J2202 — Fourth Place
Iffat Alamgir, Grade 6
The Effect of Nanosilver in Consumer Products on Daphnia magna in Different Temperatures
Advisor: Ms. Haadiyah Razzack
School: Granada Islamic School, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County
J2204 — Honorable Mention
Owen R. Carr, Grade 7
Luca J. Fang, Grade 7
How Can We Effectively Repel Ticks with Natural Compounds?
Advisor: Mr. Alex Hofsteen
School: International School of Monterey, Seaside, Monterey County
J2212 — Honorable Mention
Chloe E. Millar, Grade 7
The Effects of Organic vs. Inorganic Insecticides: The Ariolimax californicus's Ability to Locate Primary Food Sources
Advisor: Ms. Susan Chollar
School: Aptos Junior High School, Aptos, Santa Cruz County
J2218 — Honorable Mention
Jack Terbush, Grade 7
The Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Raphanus sativus
Advisor: Mrs. Sabitha Chanduri
School: St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Encino, Los Angeles County

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