Torrey Pines students shine at Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair

The following Torrey Pines High School students earned honors at the Science Fair held March 20 – 25:

•  Apoorva Mylavarapu (10) – First place in Animal Science and Sweepstakes winner, qualifying to go on to the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair.

•  Mike Wu (12) and Madhu Krishnan (12) – First place in computer science and Sweepstakes runner-up.

•  Other first place winners: Melodyanne Cheng (11) – Biochemistry; Charulata Sinha (9) – Microbiology; and Seung Hwan Lee (11) – Electrical & Mechanical Engineering.

•  Second place winners: Amanda Gao (11) – Chemistry; Alison Chan (11) and Jake Leung (11) – Biochemistry; Joshua Send (10) – Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; Sarah Bhattacharjee (10) and Peter Khaw (10) – Medicine and Health; Justin Lio (10) – Biochemistry; Pin-Cheng Chen (10) – Chemistry; and Ching Hwa (Anita) Chen (11) – Environmental and Transportation Engineering.

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