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In addition to solving problems of the future through their scientific research projects, the 30 finalists are involved in their communities and a variety of extracurricluar activities. From art clubs to playing the harp, this year's finalists are certainly talented.
Last week, we announced the Broadcom MASTERS 2017 finalists. These talented young scientists, engineers, and innovators will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to compete in the Broadcom MASTERS final competition from October 19-25.
13 Facts About the Broadcom MASTERS finalists that you didn’t know:
Congratulations to these talented students! Come see the Top 30 STEM middle school students in the country at the Broadcom MASTERS 2017 Science and Engineering Project Showcase on October 21.
Alaina Gassler is a ninth grader from West Grove, Pennsylvania, and the recipient of this year’s $25,000 Samueli Foundation Prize, the top award at the Broadcom MASTERS.
Activities for a beautiful fall day could include apple picking, hiking or roasting marshmallows, but what about designing a remotely operated vehicle (ROV)?
Alexis MacAvoy is a high school freshman from Hillsborough, California, and the recipient of the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS $10,000 Robert Wood