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Photos on March 29, 2008

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Nicole Zielinski, 12, starting a fire with her mind. The St. Joe's of Austintown Student tested the strength of different brands of paper towel at the science fair on Saturday.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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For his interesting findings, gleaned from experiments on different types of insulation, Geneva High School student Braxton Wessell, 17, won the "Best of Fair" award and a four-year scholarship to Youngstown State University. The problem of insulating his families hog shed motivated Wessell to begin testing different heat-trapping materials. After weeks of trial and error, Wessell determined spray-foam insulation to be best at containing heat. A common household fabric material comes in second at a much lower cost. Surprisingly, pink fiberglass insulation was one of the least effective.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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For his interesting findings, gleaned from experiments on different types of insulation, Geneva High School student Braxton Wessell, 17, won the "Best of Fair" award and a four-year scholarship to Youngstown State University. The problem of insulating his families hog shed motivated Wessell to begin testing different heat-trapping materials. After weeks of trial and error, Wessell determined spray-foam insulation to be best at containing heat. A common household fabric material comes in second at a much lower cost. Surprisingly, the pink fiberglass insulation was one of the least effective.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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Kaitlynn Horvatch, 15, caresses her salon-fresh dye job at the science fair held on the Youngstown State University campus Saturday. Horvatch and partner Lindsay Blanton, 14, colored two human hair samples. One was treated with store-bought dye, the other recieved professional salon treatments. Both samples were washed 25 times. "The salon will save you money in the end," Horvatch said. "A professional job lasts twice as long."

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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State finalist Dan Antonucci, 17, proved cotton balls were more effective cleaning up an oil spill than wind or blended fabrics.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

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Colleen Craig, mentally focused. At the science fair, Craig, 12, posited that mental focus changes throughout the day at different intervals for men and women

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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Hand and foot coordination was the subject of 14-year-old Leanna Campbell's project. Campbell and many others represented Youngstown's Catholic school system.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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Michael Giles, 17, a student at Choffin CNTC, experimented with temperature on the rate of soy bean growth. He spent hours sculpting incubators out of styrofoam coolers and thrown-away plastic.

Added: Sat, March 29, 2008

Daniel C. Britt

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