Seventh-grader Ruhi Y. was named the first place award winner in the Science category at the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS Finals competition held in Washington, D.C. Originally, Ruhi submitted her project at Challenger’s Science Fair in Spring 2019, where she tested the effectiveness of different plants as coagulants for purifying contaminated water. She then went on to compete at the Synopsis Science and Engineering Fair, at which she qualified for the national Broadcom Masters contest. From there, she was selected as one of the top 300 contestants, advanced to place within the top 30 finalists nationwide, and ultimately earned first place! Well done, Ruhi!
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