Four High School Students Earn Top Awards at State Junior Academy of Science Competition

Congratulations to four Mt. Lebanon High School students who participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science state competition at Penn State University. Yash Botre earned a first place award for his presentation of his research project titled Data Analysis of Diseases using a Computerized Approach.  Vishnu Venugopal earned a first place award for his project, Robot Risk. Laila Polat earned a first place award for The Effectiveness of Commercial Water Purification Methods. And, Lucian Mikush earned a second place award for his presentation on The Use of Rational Functions in Signal Synthesis. 

In addition to these awards, Laila Polat received the PJAS Student Award valued at $300 from the Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh.