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California State Science & Engineering Fair Recognizes Students for Work in Chemistry and Toxicology

The results are in for the 2024 California State Science & Engineering Fair, and Archer students brought home some impressive wins. Skylar R. ’26 received 2nd Place in Toxicology in the Senior Division for her project “Coral’s Lost Photosynthesizers: The effect of oxybenzone on coral bleaching.” Similarly, Farah S. ’28 received 2nd Place in Chemistry in the Junior Division for her project “Unbe-leaf-able: Application of methylcellulose aqueous solution to a decellularized spinach leaf.” More information about Skylar and Farah’s research can be found on the Archer at LACSEF (LA County Science & Engineering Fair) webpage.
 
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