Science Research
Rye Country Day School Science Research students from the Middle & Upper Schools showcased their projects on Saturday, April 22, at the Tri-County Science & Engineering Fair at White Plains High School, along with approximately 300 students from the tri-county area. Congratulations to:
  • Marisa Kim (Grade 11) - Second Place Winner & Highest Score in the Category of Chemistry for her project entitled Creation of Low-Cost Heavy Metal Water Purification System via a Graphene Oxide Composite Membrane, with Incorporated Titanium Oxide - Glyphosate Nanostructures.  
  • Jamie Nicholson (Grade 7), whose project is entitled What can we do for children with backpacks that are too heavy?
  • David Thurston (Grade 8), whose project is entitled Exhausted of Exhaust? Solutions to Fossil Fuel Transportation Emissions Polluting the Atmosphere.
  • Audrey Aslani-Far (Grade 7), whose project is entitled Tissue Doctor: Quickly Diagnosing Viral Infections at Home.
  • Shane Tomaino (Grade 11), whose project is entitled LifeSpin: Comprehensive Water Purification and Transportation via Turbulent Flow in Conjunction with Faraday’s Law of Induction.