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Several locals were among the 68 students who showed off their award-winning projects at BCIT’s Innovation Exploration.

  • Feb. 9, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Several locals were among the 68 students who showed off their award-winning projects at BCIT’s Innovation Exploration.

The event provide students an opportunity to explore post-secondary and career possibilities available in science and technology and to meet and network with leaders in B.C.’s science and technology community.

The South Fraser students and their award-winning projects included:

• Tyler Tardi (Sunrise Ridge Elementary): Go Green with R.E.D. (Rain Energy Device);

• Lloyd James (Semiahmoo Secondary): Cells and Stock Markets: Defining, Quantifying and Applying Complexity;

• Nancy Li and Holly Hadley (Seaquam Secondary): Remember That?;

• David Shorey (Kwantlen Park Secondary): The First Advantage;

• Lauren Laturnus (Devon Gardens Elementary) Electronic Pollution South Fraser; and

• Shakti Ramkumar (Kwantlen Park Secondary): Hybrid House: Building Energy Efficiency by Working With Nature.

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