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Science Research Students Honored by the Long Island Science Congress

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Several Northport High School students were honored by the Long Island Science Congress during their annual award ceremony on May 24. Science research students were recognized for their work in various science fields. Ninth grader Vivienne Cierski received Highest Honors and will move forward to the New York State Science Congress junior division ceremony scheduled for June 11 for her project titled “The Impact of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (mwCNTs) on Glycine max.” 

Chairperson for Science and Technology David Storch congratulated the students and said “their dedication to scientific experimentation and their willingness to stretch their curiosity and imagination to uncover new knowledge and understanding is remarkable!” 

Students were led by Science Research Coordinators and Teachers Bryan Horan and Kim Collins.