NSTF Science Days in Gozo 2015 - Prize Winners

The prize winners of the NSTF Science Days in Gozo 2015 were announced at the Award Ceremony on the 11th March 2015 at the Auditorium of the Gozo College Boys' Secondary School, Victoria. They are:

 

NSTF Science Art Contest

Kirsty Ann Grima from the Gozo College Ghajnsielem Primary School

Lynette Caruana from the Gozo College Gharb Primary School

Angele Micallef from the Gozo College Kercem Primary School

Emma Cunningham from the Gozo College Nadur Primary School

Elana Attard from the Gozo College Qala Primary School

Gary Vassallo from the Gozo College Rabat Primary School

Michael Xuereb from the Gozo College San Lawrenz Primary School

Nathan Pace from the Gozo College Sannat Primary School and Special Unit

Kaitlyn Saliba from the Gozo College Xaghra Primary School

Kayden Haber from the Gozo College Xewkija Primary School

Martyn Mifsud from the Gozo College Zebbug Primary School

Isaac Refalo from the Bishop’s Conservatory, Primary

Jake Magro from St. Theresa School, Kercem

 

NSTF Primary School Contest for Young Scientists

The Malta National Aquarium and IMS Ltd. Prize -  Matthew Farrugia, Nathan Buttigieg and Noel Micallef from the Gozo College Rabat primary school with their project ‘Seed Germination and Plant growth in the Greenhouse’

 

The Malta National Aquarium prize – Jean Azzopardi from St. Theresa School, Kercem with his project ‘Rainforest’

 

Merlin Publishers book prize - Christian Grima from the Gozo College Rabat Primary with his project ‘Demonstration of the Reflection of Light’ 

 

NSTF Science Photo Contest

 

The Photocity and Fujifilm prizes went to:

Stefan Scerri from the Boys Secondary School with ‘Bursting Balloon’

Elaine Grima from the Gozo College Secondary School with ‘Science behind the Plastic bag’

Glenn Attard from the Gozo College Rabat primary school with ‘Synchronized Flying’

 

School Lab

 

The Word for Word prizes went to:

Denise Buttigieg, Maya Apap and Danielle Grillage from the Gozo College Secondary School with their project ‘Nurdles’

Thomas Zammit and Francesco Sultana from the Sacred Heart Minor Seminary with their project ‘Fan-powered car’

Matthew Curmi and Andrew Zarb from the Gozo College Boys’ Secondary School with their project ‘Engine Air’

 

NSTF School Contest for Young Scientists

The Malta National Aquarium prize – Matthew Curmi and Andrew Zarb from the Gozo College Boys’ Secondary School with their project ‘Engine Air’

Book prize – Denise Buttigieg, Maya Apap and Danielle Grillage from the Gozo College Secondary School with their project ‘Nurdles’

Book prize – Alexia Mercieca, Clara Buttigieg and Daniela Azzopardi from the Bishops’ Conservatory School with their project ‘Biogas’

 

NSTF Contest for Young Scientists

 

Jasmine Camilleri, Alison Galea and Andreana Vella from Sir M. A. Refalo with their project ‘The effects of different types of water on plant growth’ were awarded the opportunity to participate in the national Contest for Young Scientists, to be held during the NSTF Science Expo 2015.

 

 

 

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