PHOTOS: Mahar students bring their brainpower to science fair

Ralph C. Mahar Regional School students Ella Manson and Florian Gordon-Halpern with their science experiment studying the effects of different liquids on oil-soaked feathers at the school science fair last week.

Ralph C. Mahar Regional School students Ella Manson and Florian Gordon-Halpern with their science experiment studying the effects of different liquids on oil-soaked feathers at the school science fair last week. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

 Ralph C. Mahar Regional School students presented their science fair projects at the school science fair last week.Top: Natasha Teele and Kayla Quinn with their experiment on tempering chocolate.Above: Christian Gonzalez and Anthony Stone explain their science fair project about how different wavelengths of light affect phototropism to Principal Scott Hemlin.Left: Owen Carl and Tristan Gaj explored the physics of a backflip in their  science fair project.

 Ralph C. Mahar Regional School students presented their science fair projects at the school science fair last week.Top: Natasha Teele and Kayla Quinn with their experiment on tempering chocolate.Above: Christian Gonzalez and Anthony Stone explain their science fair project about how different wavelengths of light affect phototropism to Principal Scott Hemlin.Left: Owen Carl and Tristan Gaj explored the physics of a backflip in their  science fair project.

Ralph C. Mahar Regional School student Tristan Gaj demonstrates a backflip at the school science fair last week, where he and Owen Carl explored the physics of the maneuver.

Ralph C. Mahar Regional School student Tristan Gaj demonstrates a backflip at the school science fair last week, where he and Owen Carl explored the physics of the maneuver. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 05-12-2024 1:48 PM

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