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    Investigations
    1st

    Minh Nga Nguyen

    Sydney Girls High School, NSW

    Recycling waste into biochar: a sustainable agricultural wastewater filter and fertiliser

    With aspirations to become an environmental engineer, Minh Nga Nguyen used agricultural by-products such as corn husks, bamboo scraps and rice waste, to create a biochar product with the dual capability of filtering water and then being used as a fertilizer. This process reduces the effects of contaminated water and pollution created by agricultural waste. Minh Nga Nguyen hopes this technology will provide positive impact globally.

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    Investigations
    2nd

    Caitlin Roberts

    The Friends' School, TAS

    The protease inhibiting effect of almonds

    Caitlin Roberts' passion for nutritional health led her to investigate the digestive properties of almonds. She compared the rate of protein digestion of skim milk when either activated or natural almonds were consumed and how this process occurs. This research contributes to a body of research aimed at understanding how nutritional intake can be optimised.

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    Investigations
    3rd

    Ella Cuthbert

    Lyneham High School, ACT

    Is honeybee silk antimicrobial?

    Ella Cuthbert’s project to see if honeybee silk had antimicrobial peptides was inspired by a desire to reduce infection from biomaterials such as hip replacements, surgical mesh and artificial ligaments. Through her research and project, Ella was able to determine that antimicrobial peptides are present. This discovery led to increased understanding of why honeybee silk evolved whilst raising further questions around how it could be used in biomaterials.

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    Engineering
    1st

    Oliver Nicholls

    Barker College, NSW

    Autonomous robotic window cleaner

    Oliver Nicholls combined his knowledge in mathematics, physics and design to design an autonomous robotic window cleaner. His design aims to reduce injury and decrease the commercial costs of window cleaning. The final product went through rigorous prototyping, testing and evaluation to show commercial viability.

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    Engineering
    2nd

    Lachlan Bolton

    Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

    Future Board

    Struggling to squeeze himself, his three brothers, and all their surfing gear into one car for weekend surfing trips, Lachlan Bolton decided to develop a collapsible surfboard. While his surfboard isn’t the first developed that can break into modules, its ability to extend in size is a world first. The entire board takes less than three minutes to assemble and can withstand the forces and loads that come from surfing in the ocean, which is a major concern for riders as they don’t want it falling apart while catching a big wave.

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    Engineering
    3rd

    Jack Chapman

    St Leonard's College, VIC

    Electroduino-mechanical bionics hand

    Landmines continue to be a huge cost and hazard in over 58 countries, with one de-miner killed for every 5000 successfully removed landmines. It was this that motivated Jack Chapman to develop the Electroduino Mechanical Bionic Hand (EMBH), an inexpensive remotely controlled robotic hand that can accurately and effectively detect and disarm landmines without putting human lives at risk.

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    Angelina Arora

    Sydney Girls High School, NSW

    Shrimp Shell Bioplastics: A new solution to the world’s growing plastic problem

    Concerned about the damage plastics do to the environment, especially the ocean, Angelina Arora set out to develop a bioplastic made from prawn shell and sticky protein from the silk of silkworms. The plastic completely degrades leaving nothing harmful behind. She tested the strength, elongation, clarity, solubility, deconstruction and endurance of the plastic as well as other plastics made out of potato, corn and tapioca. Angelina hopes this plastic could replace current plastic shopping bags and other packaging to reduce the environmental impact in landfill and in the ocean.

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Finalists

Investigations

Cassandra Dods

Tintern Grammar, VIC

The activity of GluteGuard and GlutenEase tablets in various conditions

Cassandra Dods understands the potentially harmful impacts of a Coeliac accidentally ingesting gluten while eating out – having experienced it many times.  This led to her investigating the efficacy of gluten digesting supplements so others who are Coeliac could enjoy dining with friends without fear. She tested two gluten digestive supplements, GluteGuard and GlutenEase, and simulated the human digestive system to see how much of the gluten had digested into harmless proteins.

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Investigations

David Simelolo

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Phytochemical screening of maroon bush, turkey bush and sweet potato leaves

David Simelolo, Nyheemah Cox and Jeremias Rene Wade explored ways in which three Aboriginal bush plants can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Maroon bush, crimson turkey bush and sweet potato leaves have been used by Aboriginal peoples as medicine for a variety of illness including cancer, heart disease and intestinal trouble. By further studying bush medicines, they hope it will inspire new medical breakthroughs as well as preserve the knowledge of Aboriginal Elders.

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Investigations

Eloise Deconinck

St Mary's College , TAS

Material world finding a sustainable method to break down plastic waste

Eloise Deconinck wanted to discover a sustainable method of breaking down polyethylene plastic waste so she turned to fungi. Building on her prior research, she collected plastic samples from commercial compost sites, and found that micro-organisms growing on the plastic contributed to the degradation.  Through testing these organisms she found that a fungus common throughout Tasmania, Penicillium Brevicompactum, degrades polyethylene and hopes this discovery could lessen the environmental impact created by the 300 million tonnes of polyethylene waste polluting the world annually.

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Investigations

Emma Johnson

Daramalan College, ACT

Bushfires, and eukaryote soil communities under native and introduced grasses

Harnessing her curiosity about the natural environment, Emma Johnson explored how soil microorganisms repopulate after bushfires in an attempt to find a way to aid the recovery of national parks and grasslands. Despite inconclusive results she uncovered a deeper understanding of small-scale soil communities. This research is a stepping stone towards understanding the impact of bushfires on soil.

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Investigations

Evette Khaziran

Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

Give me a home among the gumtrees

Evette Khaziran is passionate about animals and hopes to become a veterinary physician. Using this passion, her project explored ways to increase sugar glider populations in urban environments. Using night-vision cameras and motion detectors, she monitored a group of sugar gliders with particular focus on their ability to enter and exit nesting boxes. Using the data collected, she modified the boxes to create better homes for the sugar gliders.

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Investigations

Gabrielle Jarvis

Daramalan College, ACT

Wheat genome quantitative trait loci for favorable respiration under heat stress

With Australia experiencing more warm weather, extreme heats and fewer cool extremes, Gabrielle Jarvis decided to research the impact of increased temperatures on crop production and food supply. She investigated the genomes of wheat varieties to identify favourable respiration traits in response to heat stress. Heat tolerant strains of wheat can be used as markers in future breeding programs to create wheat varieties with a capacity to withstand higher temperatures and extreme weather conditions.

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Investigations

Jeremias Rene Wade

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Phytochemical screening of maroon bush, turkey bush and sweet potato leaves

Jeremias Rene Wade, David Simelolo, and Nyheemah Cox explored ways in which three Aboriginal bush plants can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Maroon bush, crimson turkey bush and sweet potato leaves have been used by Aboriginal peoples as medicine for a variety of illness including cancer, heart disease and intestinal trouble. By further studying bush medicines, they hope it will inspire new medical breakthroughs as well as preserve the knowledge of Aboriginal Elders.

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Investigations

Keeley Hine-Haycock

St Mary's College , TAS

The effect of Epothilone D on astrocytes and microglia in Alzheimers disease

Keeley Hine-Haycock and Spriha Paudel know that with an ageing population, Alzheimer’s disease is on the rise in Australia. They tested the effect of Epothilone D on the density, morphology and location of astrocytes and microglia on four varieties of mice across five months at the Wicking Dementia Research and Investigation Centre. The results found a positive correlation between Epothilone D and Alzheimer’s disease and they hope these results will contribute to the wider research field working on treatments.

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Investigations

Nyheemah Cox

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Phytochemical screening of maroon bush, turkey bush and sweet potato leaves

Combining her cultural heritage with her interest in science, Nyheemah Cox along with David Simelolo and Jeremias Rene Wade explored ways in which three Aboriginal bush plants can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Maroon bush, crimson turkey bush and sweet potato leaves have been used by Aboriginal peoples as medicine for a variety of illness including cancer, heart disease and intestinal trouble. By further studying bush medicines, she hopes it will inspire new medical breakthroughs as well as preserve the knowledge of her Elders.

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Investigations

Shannon Lanza

Lyneham High School, ACT

Microbeads, a growing problem? Effect of microbeads on the development of radish.

Concerned about the amount of micro plastics in soil, Shannon Lanza investigated the impacts of growing radishes in soil infused with varying levels of micro plastics. She found a correlation between radish growth and micro plastic concentration. This project investigated a previously unexplored area of research and invites more thorough analysis in what is becoming an increasing environmental concern.

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Investigations

Spriha Paudel

St Mary's College , TAS

The effect of Epothilone D on astrocytes and microglia in Alzheimers disease

Spriha Paudel and Keeley Hine-Haycock know that with an ageing population, Alzheimer’s disease is on the rise in Australia. They tested the effect of Epothilone D on the density, morphology and location of astrocytes and microglia on four varieties of mice across five months at the Wicking Dementia Research and Investigation Centre. The results found a positive correlation between Epothilone D and Alzheimer’s disease and they hope these results will contribute to the wider research field working on treatments.

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Investigations

Stefany Jeong

Queensland Academy of Health Sciences, QLD

Improving antibiotic potency and reducing bacterial biofilms with lactoferrin

When Stefany Jeong’s grandmother received a prosthetic knee joint, a warning about possible infections at the site of replacement sparked an idea of investigating antibiotic-resistant bacterial biofilms which are a major contributor to post-surgery infections. She investigated whether the antibiotic clarithromycin can be complemented with the multifunctional protein bovine-lactoferrin, to improve drug potency and reduce biofilms.

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Engineering

Ashley Cain

Mazenod College, VIC

B.M.G Brushless Motor Generator

Ashley Cain was trying to make his own drone from scratch and wanted to increase the battery life so he developed the Brushless Motor Generator. In a typical brushless motor, all the energy that is consumed is wasted but his motor has a secondary generator component that harvests some of the wasted energy. This increases travel distances for the same amount of fuel which when used on a large scale can make vehicle fleets more efficient.

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Engineering

Jade Moxey

Sapphire Coast Anglican College, NSW

The SAS System (Sanitation and Sterilisation)

With over 200 million people worldwide currently suffering disease and death from waterborne illnesses, clean water for medical treatment is a major issue across the world. It was this problem that inspired Jade Moxey and Macinley Butson to develop the Sanitation and Sterilization System (SAS), a portable system that consists of three distinctive parts working together to provide both clean potable drinking water and sterile water for medical use. It also has the potential to be used in emergency response and disaster relief situations.

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Engineering

Jared Crowley

Marymount College, QLD

Flood Warning Device

Living on Queensland’s Gold Coast, Jared Crowley has firsthand experience of flooding and the effects it has on livestock. In 2017, as floodwater entered his home in the middle of the night his family needed to move all their livestock from the paddocks that flooded while trying to save as many of the family’s belongings as possible. This inspired his Flood Warning Device project which uses Arduino technology to notify property owners via text message when floodwaters are encroaching on their property.  It also can be used to measure water tank levels and livestock water troughs, alerting people when the water levels are low.

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Engineering

Kavinya Welikala

Daramalan College, ACT

HeartMonitor: an integrated mobile heart attack monitor and alert system

Due to her age and health issues, Kavinya Welikala’s grandmother is at heightened risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Not satisfied with current technologies designed to alert emergency services and family members of a medical emergency, Kavinya set out to design something more effective. Combining mobile technology with heart rate monitoring, her system aims to alert emergency contacts of heart attack at onset without the need for human intervention. It is hoped that this technology will reduce the effects of heart attacks and give at-risk people more freedom and peace of mind.

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Engineering

Lachlan Zidar

Marymount College, QLD

Laser Activated Pool Alarm System (L.A.P.A.S)

Like most people in South East Queensland, Lachlan Zidar has spent a lot of time around water. Motivated to reduce the number of deaths in backyard swimming pools, he developed the Laser Activated Pool Alarm System (L.A.P.A.S). The L.A.P.A.S system works to save the lives of young children by projecting a laser beam across pool enclosures, notifying people nearby if the beam is interrupted.

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Engineering

Macinley Butson

The Illawarra Grammar School, NSW

The SAS System (Sanitation and Sterilisation)

With over 200 million people worldwide currently suffering disease and death from waterborne illnesses, clean water for medical treatment is a major issue across the world. It was this problem that inspired Macinley Butson and Jade Moxey to develop the Sanitation and Sterilization System (SAS), a portable system that consists of three distinctive parts working together to provide both clean potable drinking water and sterile water for medical use. It also has the potential to be used in emergency response and disaster relief situations.

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Engineering

Madeleine Whip

Meriden, NSW

Anty-Nix picnic blanket

Ants can be a nuisance, interrupting your weekend picnic or invading your pet’s food bowl. Madeleine Whip’s Anty-Nix picnic rug provides a simple solution to solve these problems. Using natural oils, Madeleine has designed a safe and sustainable method for repelling ants.

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Semi-Finalists

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Investigations

Alexander Xing

St Kevin's College, VIC

Influence on plant morphology of red, blue and white light spectrums using LEDs

Investigations

Aleyna Azra Sahin

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Antibacterial properties of water and ethanol soluble extracts from Australian natives

Engineering

Alfred McClelland

John Curtin College of the Arts, WA

Cereal machine

Engineering

Andrew Kogios

Heathdale Christian College, VIC

Fully autonomous UAV with robotic arm application

Engineering

Angela Shan

Meriden, NSW

Automated window blind opener with light and temperature sensors

Investigations

Aniruddh Chennapragada

James Ruse Agricultural High School, NSW

Investigating the carbonisation and activation of banana peels for applications in batteries

Investigations

Athicha Chamnan

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Fruits and vegetable peelings for ideal biodegradable plastics

Engineering

Austin Zerk

Daramalan College, ACT

Nitinol prosthetic hand

Engineering

Bartholomew Bunk

Daramalan College, ACT

A desktop wind tunnel for performing aerodynamic experiments

Investigations

Ben Bethune

Daramalan College, ACT

From little things big things grow, the evolution of supermassive black holes

Investigations

Ben Saint-John

Marist Regional College, TAS

The bee all and end all

Investigations

Beria Pelin Gunduz

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Development of eco-friendly pharaoh's stones using Australian materials

Investigations

Bilge Zohre

Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

Cooking the perfect steak using real science

Investigations

Bradley Evans

Kelmscott Senior High School, WA

Biodiesel efficiency

Investigations

Brielle McKinley

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Quantitative thin layer chromatography

Investigations

Caleb Javapro

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Ethanol from eucalyptus leaves, wheel cactus and kitchen waste

Engineering

Callum Predavec

Mosman High School, NSW

Please fix

Investigations

Cheyenne Aird

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, VIC

Fruits and vegetable warriors

Investigations

Chloe Cooper

St Mary's College , TAS

Using citizen science to investigate pollinator and plant relationships

Investigations

Christina McLure

Biloela State High School, QLD

The impact of tilt angle and surface cover on solar panel power output

Investigations

Connor van der Ploeg

Marist Regional College, TAS

Nuts for biodiesel

Investigations

Crystal Zhao

Meriden, NSW

The change in strength of plastic in response to seawater and soil

Investigations

Daisy Boardman

Elizabeth College, TAS

The effect of fuel reduction burns on soil quality in dry schlerohpyll forests

Investigations

David Obyrne

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Fruits and vegetable peelings for ideal biodegradable plastics

Engineering

Dylan Zipsin

Viewbank College, VIC

Zip vault

Investigations

Eleeza Maqsood

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Does aroma therapy essential oils vapour inhibit the growth of Escherichia coli?

Investigations

Elena Kaiser

Homeschool, NSW

Rain vs bore do the best results come out of the blue or red?

Engineering

Eliza Martin

PLC Sydney, NSW

EMMA: The electromagnetic mobility assistor

Engineering

Elliot Fekete

Queensland Academy of Health Sciences, QLD

Proof of concept - CO2 battery

Investigations

Felisha Kaiser

Homeschool, NSW

Rain vs bore do the best results come out of the blue or red?

Engineering

Felix Malcolm

John Curtin College of the Arts, WA

Cereal machine

Engineering

Georgia Batson

Meriden, NSW

Heluminator

Investigations

Georgia Ghantous

Genazzano F C J College, VIC

How powerful is garlic?

Investigations

Gilana Behan

Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

Are butterfly pupae scared of heights?

Investigations

Graham Stokes

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Fruits and vegetable warriors

Investigations

Hamish Clarke

Mount Waverley Secondary College, VIC

Plastic-eating, planet-saving mealworms

Engineering

Harry Cassidy

John Curtin College of the Arts, WA

Cereal machine

Investigations

Heather Button

Urrbrae Agricultural High School, SA

Investigation into the process of decontamination

Investigations

Helena Yan

Meriden, NSW

Sleeper 2.0

Investigations

Jack Butler

Marist Regional College , TAS

Your waste, my fuel

Investigations

Jaiden-Lei Beasley

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Fruits and vegetable warriors

Investigations

Jeffrey Bowen Liang

Lyneham High School, ACT

Breaking it down: Cotton decomposition in the future

Engineering

Jesse Gabriel

Carmel School, WA

CoverCone

Engineering

Jordan Hood

Inaburra School, NSW

Life support in a blanket

Investigations

Josephine Owen

Tintern Grammar, VIC

An investigation of the catalytic effect of some substances on luminol.

Engineering

Joshua Badger

Brighton Secondary School, SA

KIAS (Kitchen Intelligence Assistance System)

Engineering

Joshua Hudson

St Kevin's College, VIC

Heat alarm circuit

Investigations

Junior Savaiko

Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

Left Side? Strong Side! A statistical analysis of tries scored in the NRL, 2017

Investigations

Kaitlan Radegonde

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Biodiesel from used kitchen oil, chicken fat and pork fat

Investigations

Katherine Pozzi

Trinity Anglican School, QLD

GM soybeans and their Nitrogen fixing capabilities

Engineering

Kayshun Murray

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Juice bottle bioreactor

Engineering

Keenan Murray

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Juice bottle bioreactor

Engineering

Kira Macarthur

Homeschool, NSW

Plant eHealth

Engineering

Kuvahn Sebastian

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Juice bottle bioreactor

Investigations

Kyle Reynolds

St Kevin's College, NSW

Influence on plant morphology of red, blue and white light spectrums using LEDs

Investigations

Larissa Liow

Daramalan College, ACT

Identification of magnetic spherical particles from Canberra rooftops

Investigations

Lauren Wild

Hellyer College, TAS

Currents that clean

Investigations

Leesha Dias

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Quantitative thin layer chromatography

Engineering

Leon Paratz

Bialik College, VIC

Ski field collison avoidance device

Investigations

Leticia Leo

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Mozart Vs Metallica

Investigations

Lila Moore

Sapphire Coast Anglican College, NSW

Platypus of the Brogo River system, NSW

Engineering

Lily Yang

Meriden, NSW

Hydrocyclonic microplastic seperator

Investigations

Logan Howell

Don College, TAS

Low power electro-reduction of aqueous Nitrates via single cell electrolysis

Investigations

Lois Livingstone

Queensland Academy of Health Sciences, QLD

Effectiveness of abrasive and non-abrasive methods to 16% carbamide peroxide gel

Investigations

Mariyam Hussain

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Agar extraction from Aust seaweed using domestic equipment for horticultural use

Investigations

Marlee Wells

Elizabeth College, TAS

The effect of human population on Tasman peninsula beaches

Engineering

Matthew Hudson

St Kevin's College, VIC

Heat alarm circuit

Investigations

McKinley Nolan

Burnie High School, TAS

Making waves!

Investigations

Miranda Wilson

Trinity Anglican School, QLD

Buzz Off: Effectiveness of home remedies to control the Aedes aegypti mosquito

Investigations

Miriam Poyitt

Redeemer Baptist School, NSW

Flavour Fix - enhancing quality of life for enteral feeding patients

Investigations

Nandana Binu

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Mozart Vs Metallica

Investigations

Niamh Kelly

Daramalan College, ACT

The relationship between heart rate, fitness and arousal level in horses

Investigations

Priya Leedman

Lyneham High School, ACT

Micro plastics, Macro problem: The effect of urbanisation on microplastic loads

Investigations

Rayanne Haider

Sydney Girls' High School, NSW

Natural plant debris: Future of water purification

Investigations

Russel Alrubaiey

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Development of eco-friendly pharaoh's stones using Australian materials

Investigations

Saakshi Dhakal

St Mary's College , TAS

To infinity and beyond; an investigation into the age of a star cluster

Investigations

Samuel Kwort

Trinity Anglican School, QLD

Phytoremediation of Zinc contaminated soils using phytoextraction

Investigations

Sanjay Ravichandran

LabRats Science Club, VIC

Terrarium: Food for intergalactic voyages

Investigations

Selin Dursun

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Hot, warm or cold brewed Australian teas - are they antibacterial agents?

Investigations

Senudi Wijewardena

Marist Regional College, TAS

Sulfuring unraisinably

Investigations

Sep Kimaiei

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Quantitative thin layer chromatography

Engineering

Shayne Crawshaw

MET School Goulburn, NSW

Research, design, construction and testing of industrial carbon heated piping

Investigations

Shazarleya Cox

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Biodiesel from used kitchen oil, chicken fat and pork fat

Investigations

Sonali Grover

Willetton Senior High School, WA

Mozart Vs Metallica

Investigations

Sophie McPhee

Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School, VIC

Does the colour of Colorbond sheets effect temperature?

Engineering

Taj Bird

Rochedale State High School, QLD

Waste has weight!

Investigations

Takuma Konno

Trinity Anglican School, QLD

Unreported Community Hazard? Investigation of N.Fowleri (brain-eating amoeba)

Investigations

Tanyaradzwa Magwa

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Ethanol from eucalyptus leaves, wheel cactus and kitchen waste

Investigations

Tasneen Gulnaaz Mohiddin

Sirius College - Eastmeadows Campus, VIC

Can a natural additive be added to wool when rinsed to make it more comfortable

Investigations

Thanushi Peiris

Methodist Ladies' College, VIC

Remediating acid rock drainage with Chitin

Engineering

Tilda Stafford

Meriden, NSW

Moss substrate panel - a solution to air pollution

Investigations

Timothy Hanna

Sydney Boys' High School, NSW

Radio frequency frequently damaging?

Investigations

Tom Gibbs

Daramalan College, ACT

The most effective canola hybrid for growth in a simulated martian environment

Investigations

Tuwarnah Dawson

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Biodiesel from used kitchen oil, chicken fat and pork fat

Investigations

Uriah Daisybell

Christian Aboriginal Parent Directed School, WA

Ethanol from eucalyptus leaves, wheel cactus and kitchen waste

Investigations

Ursula-Aurora Bennett

Lyneham High School, ACT

Analysis of Galaxy IC 2560

Investigations

Xiaoling Zheng

Casuarina Senior College, NT

Factors affecting the presence of parasites in canine faeces.

Investigations

Youmin Chen

Queensland Academy of Science Mathematics and Technology, QLD

Effect of inhibitor lead(II) on Michaelis-Menten kinetics of a a protease system

Investigations

Yun-Chien (Kelly) Lin

Queensland Academy of Health Sciences, QLD

Effects of concentrations of hypochlorite in water on antibiotic resistance

Investigations

Zara Bacon

Elizabeth College, TAS

The effect of fuel reduction burns on soil quality in dry schlerohpyll forests