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ME054   New Smart Weapons: Theranostics—A Novel NanoMedicine Approach to 
Combat Cancer 

Angela Zhang, 16., Junior, Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, California, 
 
T: Kavita Gupta
ME068   Effects of Diabetes Mellitus on Vasculogenesis Capacities of Mesenchymal 
Stem Cells 
 
Shubha Srinivas Raghvendra, 17, Junior, Saint Francis High School, Mountain View, 
California, T: Jennifer Thomas
PH023   A Theoretical Study to Increase Molecular Specificity in Nuclear Magnetic 
Resonance Spectra 
 
Vikas Chandra Bhetanabhotla, 15, Freshman, The Harker School, San Jose, 
California, T: Chris Spenner
Santa Cruz, USCA11, Santa Cruz Science Fair  
AS304T  Birds of the Santa Cruz Sandhills 
 
#  Alexander Michael Rinkert, 18, Senior; Connor James Chesus, 19, Senior
 
San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, California, T: Jane Orbuch
MA028   Population Modeling of the Sacramento Salmon: Combining Compositional 
Data with Traditional Abundance Estimates 
 
Damon Chizuru Kawamoto, 17, Senior, Pacific Collegiate School, Santa Cruz, 
California, T: Randy Garrett
Seaside, USCA12, Monterey County Science and Engineering Fair  
CB025   Are Fingerprint Patterns Inherited? 
 
Briana Leigh Duer-Sandoval, 14, Freshman, Salinas High School, Salinas, California, 
T: Kacee Fujinami
ET050   Characterizing the Optimal Flight Time of a UAV Helicopter: An Odyssey 
through Numerical Simulations 
 
Kevin Taihao Tang, 17, Junior, Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, California, 
 
T: Phil Wenzel
MI308T  Antimicrobial Brass in Aqueous Medium 
 
Hyungjin Kim, 17, Junior; Xiaolin Zhu, 16., Junior
 
Robert Lewis Stevenson School, Pebble Beach, California, T: Phil Wenzel
PS022   Triforine Sensitivity in Lettuce 

Aradhana Sinha, 14, Sophomore, Salinas High School, Salinas, California, 
 
T: Shahida Merchant
COLORADO 
Alamosa, USCO01, San Luis Valley Regional Science Fair, Inc.                    
ET028   Mathematic Modeling of the Wake Effect 
 
Wylie Joel Keller, 17, Junior, Monte Vista High School, Monte Vista, Colorado, 
 
T: Gary Wilkinson
MI018   To Exist, It Must Resist 
 
Clark Mitchell Cranfill, 17, Junior, Sargent High School, Monte Vista, Colorado, 
 
T: Ronna Cochran
Boulder, USCO09, Roche Colorado Regional Science Fair  
CH022   Constructing a Novel Cage Molecule for Use in a Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell 
 
Kerry Nicole Betz, 17, Freshman, Fairview High School, Boulder, Colorado, 
 
T: Helen Petach
MA023   Prime Numbers and the Cyclicity of Groups of Units 
 
Cissy Chen, 16., Junior, Fairview High School, Boulder, Colorado, 
 
T: Helen Petach
MI031   Synthesis and Use of Gold Nanoparticle Therapeutics in Antibiotic-Resistant 
Bacteria 
 
Soyeun Yang, 16., Junior, Fairview High School, Boulder, Colorado, 
 
T: Helen Petach
Brush, USCO03, Morgan-Washington Bi-County Science Fair  
EA001   Killer Water: An Investigation into the Lethal Lake Nyos 
 
Burke Lelynn Larsen, 18, Senior, Brush High School, Brush, Colorado, 
 
T: David Miner


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MI001   Investigating E. coli Colonization and Prevention on Leafy Produce 

Wyatt Neal Palser, 16., Sophomore, Otis High School, Otis, Colorado, 
T: Karl Forrest Donnelson
Colorado Springs, USCO04, Pikes Peak Regional Science Fair
EA027   Can Geosequestration and Geothermal Energy Work Together? Enhanced 
Geothermal Systems Using Carbon Dioxide 
Sophia Rose Schneider, 15, Freshman, William J. Palmer High School, Colorado 
Springs, Colorado, T: Nancy Goodwin
PS008   Troubled Tomatoes: The Anti-Angiogenic Effects of Acetaminophen + H
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Mixture on Tomatoes 
 
Haley Rose Matteson, 15, Freshman, William J. Palmer High School, Colorado 
Springs, Colorado, T: Nancy Goodwin
Denver, USCO10, Denver Metropolitan Regional Science and Engineering Fair  
EN004   Harnessing Waste Kinetic Energy through Footwear for Therapeutic Use 
 
Tara Sowrirajan, 17, Junior, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village, 
Colorado, T: Timothy J. Donahue
MA003   The Ordering of the Divisors of an Integer and Related Number Theoretic 
Functions 
 
Myles Reid Scolnick, 16., Junior, Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village, 
Colorado, T: Stephen Smith
Durango, USCO02, San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair  
PH301T  The Effects of Ionization on Spark Energy Content 
 
#  Tucker Leavitt, 16., Sophomore; Samuel Davis Kater, 16., Freshman
 
Animas High School, Durango, Colorado, Durango High School, Durango, Colorado, 
T: Gregg Janus
Fort Collins, USCO50, Colorado Science and Engineering Fair  
ET021   Enhancing Algae Biofuels, Phase II: Stress Analysis of ACCase, an Enzymatic 
Factor of Lipid Production 

Sara Ellen Volz, 15, Sophomore, Cheyenne Mountain High School, Colorado 
Springs, Colorado, T: David Mitchell Volz
MA035   On the Verge of Where It Wasn’t: A Multiple Model Approach to Estimation 
and Tracking Using Extended Kalman Filtering and Intelligent Selection of 
Integrated Models 

John Tilla Parish IV, 18, Junior, Home School, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 
 
T: Maureen Y. Parish
PH316T  Quantum Entanglement 
 
Dylon J. Merrell, 18, Senior; Charley Glen Adams, 18, Senior
 
Meeker High School, Meeker, Colorado, T: Robert Dorsett
Grand Junction, USCO05, Alpine Bank Western Colorado Science Fair  
AS029   Gene Seeker 
 
Bailey Lyn Palmer, 16., Sophomore, West Grand High School, Kremmling, Colorado, 
T: Emmylou Mellisa Harmon
BE311T  The Game of Life: A Critical Analysis of Three Taxation Methods 
 
David Brydie Mitchell, 16., Sophomore; Kelli Morgan Buhrdorf, 15, Freshman; 
Braeden Thomas Horton, 17, Junior
 
Hotchkiss High School, Hotchkiss, Colorado, T: Douglas Ray Horton
Greeley, USCO06, Longs Peak Science and Engineering Fair  
CS015   Computer Modeling IV: A Particulate Dispersion Model Employing Real-Time 
Wind Calculations 
 
Jessica Marie Constant, 15, Sophomore, Poudre High School, Fort Collins, Colorado, 
T: Amanda Constant
La Junta, USCO07, Arkansas Valley Regional Science Fair  
EE057   Variable Voltages: An Experiment on the Viability of Overclocking 
 
Andrew Michael Bartolo, 16., Junior, Swink Junior-Senior High School, Swink, 
Colorado, T: Kyle Teresa Bartolo




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