@ The Long Island Science and Engineering Fair

Left to right at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair: Liam Rea, Meghan Italo, Sarah Nace, and Gretel Huber bring great pride to the Walt Whitman High School Community. thumbnail110846
Left to right at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair: Liam Rea, Meghan Italo, Sarah Nace, and Gretel Huber bring great pride to the Walt Whitman High School Community.
Gretel Huber’s research is a perfect example of some of the most advanced high school projects: ‘Defining a Molecular Basis for Pregnancy Induced Breast Cancer Protection.’ thumbnail110847
Gretel Huber’s research is a perfect example of some of the most advanced high school projects: ‘Defining a Molecular Basis for Pregnancy Induced Breast Cancer Protection.’
Like all of the students participating, senior Meghan Italo, with her research project: ‘Correlation Between PTE, MRI AND Pathology of Auxiliary Nodes in Breast Cancer,’ have a chance to present to professionals in their subject areas from local universities, scientific institutions and professionals in the field.   thumbnail110848
Like all of the students participating, senior Meghan Italo, with her research project: ‘Correlation Between PTE, MRI AND Pathology of Auxiliary Nodes in Breast Cancer,’ have a chance to present to professionals in their subject areas from local universities, scientific institutions and professionals in the field.
Whitman Junior Sarah Nace presented her work: ‘Nitrogen Pollution Reduction Technologies in Estuaries,’ to at least two judges on the first day of competition. thumbnail110849
Whitman Junior Sarah Nace presented her work: ‘Nitrogen Pollution Reduction Technologies in Estuaries,’ to at least two judges on the first day of competition.
Senior Liam Rea, with his impressive project: ‘Inexpensive Online Multiuser Virtual Reality Hardware and Software Environment Hosted by Micro Computer,’ impressed the judges so much that he will move on to the second round of competitions. thumbnail110850
Senior Liam Rea, with his impressive project: ‘Inexpensive Online Multiuser Virtual Reality Hardware and Software Environment Hosted by Micro Computer,’ impressed the judges so much that he will move on to the second round of competitions.

We recently had four Walt Whitman High School students: Sarah Nace, Gretel Huber, Liam Rea and Meghan Italo present their research at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair at the Crest Hollow Country Club. They competed against 400 students from Long Island. Liam Rea, who presented on Inexpensive Online Multiuser Virtual Reality Hardware and Software Environment, Hosted by Micro Computer, moved on to the final round of LISEF which happens on March 14th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club! If he wins in his category, he will go to the International Fair.