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Students reach for the stars

February 8, 2014
The Maui News

FIRST PHOTO: Maui High School juniors Christopher Kim, 16, (left) and Matthew Sturm, 17, share their findings with Molokai's Kimberly Svetin during Thursday's 55th annual Maui Schools' Science & Engineering Fair at the Velma McWayne Santos Community Center in Wailuku. Their project is titled "Observational Detection of Solar G-Mode Oscillations Using Doppler Velocity Signals." Their project won the Best Senior Division, Intel Excellence in Computer Science, Mu Alpha Theta, U.S. Metric Association and Yale Science & Engineering Association awards. Kim and Sturm and Molokai High School's Sarah Jenkins will represent Maui County at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair. Jenkins' project was "Hot Biology Hawaiian Coot." It won the RICOH award.

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