Wilton Middlebrook Middle School Science Fair

Parents and teachers gathered in Wilton's Middlebrook Middle School to see the science fair projects. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Michael Wallace and Eliza Ward placed second in the 6th Grade Physical Science category. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Emilie McCann took second place in the 6th Grade Life Science section Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Winner of third place in the 7th and 8th grade Life Science category Jessica Kobsa talked about how climate change affects corn. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Claire McCullough and Stephanie Walsh did their project on the pH levels of different foods and how they affect the stomach. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The judges gather around several projects while they choose the winners in each category. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
The Power of Conformity project from Jake Sanford won first place in the 7th and 8th Grade Life Sciences section. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
Seventh Grader Kevin Moya won Best in Fair for his project on solar panel efficiency. Photo Credit: Alissa Smith
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WILTON, Conn. – Students at Wilton's Middlebrook Middle School science fair on Tuesday were hoping their projects would be chosen for the state contest. 

Seventh-grader Kevin Moya impressed the judges with his project on improving the efficiency of solar energy, winning him "best of fair."

The project was inspired by his mother's work for nonprofits, Moya said. “I got thinking we could put solar cells everywhere,” especially in places such as Africa where energy is ...
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