2021 Science Writing Prize Winners

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*Please note this list is not indicative of place winners, entries have been listed in alphabetical order. Prize winners will find out the outcome of their entry at the Presentation Ceremony.

Prize Winners

Highly Commended / Encouragement Awards

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R-2 Prize Winners

Harris Zi-Rong Cheong

St Andrew's School

Project: The World in 2050

Ivan Leong

St Andrew's School

Project: Physics: the very tiny and the very large

Anna Luo

St Andrew's School

Project: Playing with Light

3-4 Prize Winners

Muhammad Affan Ali

Magill School

Project: Physics - The very tiny and the very large

Alexander Jain

East Torrens Primary School

Project: Global Warming

Flynn Wroniak

Vale Park Primary School

Project: What happens to the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024?

5-6 Prize Winners

Shaya Ismail

Norwood Primary School

Project: What happens to the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024?

Chloe Lambden

Walkerville Primary School

Project: Playing with Light

Jasmine Tiplady

Salisbury Park Primary School

Project: Global Warming in 2021

7-8 Prize Winners

Piyush Kumar

Glenunga International High School

Project: Physics: the very tiny and very large!

Amullya Madaan

Glenunga International High School

Project: Playing with Light

Sara Zeitouneh

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

9-10 Prize Winners

Dhriti Singh

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

Tarush Srivastava

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

Tianyue Yang

Walford Anglican School for Girls

Project: Global Warming is still so important - what is new in the field?

11-12 Prize Winners

Mark Gul

Glenunga International High School

Project: Development of COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine

Josephine Oehler

Seymour College

Project: The Applications and Limitations of Algal bioreactors and Algae as fuel

Sahithya Paramasivam

Mitcham Girls High School

Project: How has societal demand influenced the application of induced pluripotent stem cell and CRISPR-Cas9 technology as an autologous, combined cell and gene therapeutic treatment method for sickle cell disease?

2021 Science Writing Highly Commended / Encouragement Awards

5-6 Highly Commended

Chloe Freer

Salisbury Park Primary School

Project: Global Warming is still so important - what is new in the field?

Ruby Gosnell

St Thomas School

Project: The World in 2050

Zachary Lee

Burnside Primary School

Project: The World in 2050

Akshaya Thiru

Wilderness School

Project: The World in 2050

Scarlett Waters

Brighton Primary School

Project: The World in 2050

William Yoon

Burnside Primary School

Project: The World in 2050

7-8 Highly Commended

Zane Bament

Glenunga International High School

Project: Global Warming is still so important - what is new in the field?

Kyna Chauhan

Glenunga International High School

Project: Global Warming

Myra Chee

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

Emma Choi

Loreto College

Project: Playing with Light

William Hu

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

Victoria Kalinina

Glenunga International High School

Project: The World in 2050

Maliyat Khan

Glenunga International High School

Project: Infrared Light - Its Past, Present and Future

Ruby Marsh

Glenunga International High School

Project: Global Warming is still so important - what is new in the field?

Ella McDermott

St John's Grammar School

Project: Global warming is still so important - What is new in the field?

Samarbir Singh

Prince Alfred College

Project: What happens to the International Space Station (ISS) after 2024?

Yifan Wu

Glenunga International High School

Project: Playing with Light

Siming (Steve) Xin

St John's Grammar School

Project: Johno's Adventure in the City of Light

11-12 Highly Commended

Amy Huynh

Glenunga International High School

Project: Fibrinogen In Clinical Trauma

Dinan Perera

Prince Alfred College

Project: CAR-T Cell Therapy

Zoe Steinberg

Immanuel College

Project: How has lead mining affected Broken Hill and what is being done to reduce the Risks?

Asira Suetrong

Glenunga International High School

Project: The Applications and Limitations of Genetically Modified Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes as a Way of Preventing the Spread of Mosquito-Borne Diseases