Through Science Alliance, you are not only able to gain insights into many science-related careers, but also form new relationships with people. These relationships form our team today, and help us overcome many obstacles. Through this blog, we hope to showcase our progress into our projects and perceptions into our life. Science Alliance is a club devoted to exploring different sectors of science through project-based learning. We participate many competitions through which students build projects and learn new topics to compete with students in other schools. In addition, we participate in volunteering and fundraising. With our club students can further their knowledge of science and be more involved in their community.This club participates in many events that include but are not limited to Science Olympiad, SciZone, and MIT Think. We are a motivated team high school and middle school members
Schoolwide Zoom Science Fair!
We are ready to announce the winners of UPA's First Online "Science Fair" presented by Science Alliance! Thank you to those of you who submitted a project idea! All project ideas were judged anonymously and had an estimated budget of $1000. Winners are also posted on our website: https://www.upasciencealliance.com/
Sneak-Peeks for winning projects are available on our "UPA Zoom Science Fair" public group on Spikeview. You will need to create an account on spikeview to access them.
1st Place - Anish Raj (7): HydroMe-A system to Detect Skin Moisture Levels to Avoid Dehydration
2nd Place - Sneha Madan (7): Glucose Levels in Candies
3rd Place - Akshaya Ganesh (8): Robotic Arm Assistance (R.A.A)
1st Place - Joan Jaison and Sriya Kantipudi (11): Solar Beehive with MQTT IoT Protocol & Artificial Intelligence-Based Microphone
2nd Place - Joshua Joseph and Krish Nirmale (9): Engineering an Artificial Blood Stream
3rd Place - Reya Yeddula and Mahima Bhella (10): Atrial natriuretic peptide implant to combat blood pressure
Congratulations to the winners and everyone who participated! We will contact you for further information. If you were unable to participate or would like to participate again, please look forward to our next science fair! Thank you to our wonderful judges, all participants who submitted amazing projects, and Spikeview!
The leadership for 2019-2020!
Gumdrops and toothpicks! Sci.Zone
Children attending the Sci.Zone session are beginning to build their structures from gumdrops and toothpicks after learning about how to keep structures stable!
Learning all about plants! -Sci.Zone
Students attending a Sci.Zone take a break from learning about the movement of water in plants to draw their own representations of flowers. Very fun!
Gumdrops and Toothpicks Assembled! Sci.Zone
The end product! This part of the community is the huge house where gumdrop people stay in. It has a garden and every single amenity! Creative!
Is it a solid or liquid?
Sci.Zone- Strawberry DNA lab
SciOly: Gravity Vehicle Rachel Shum - [left, junior] Daniella Weber -[right, junior]
Co-vp: Sainirnay Mantrala [sophomore]
Co-vp: Jonathon Joseph [sophomore]
Co-vp: Ranveer Saini [sophomore]