The 2020 Connecticut Science Fair & Engineering Fair

Sheehan Munim, who represented the CT STEM Foundation Regional Fair, is from Amity Regional High School, Woodbridge, CT.

See the winning poster and abstracts by Snigtha Mohanraj and Sheehan Munim.

Learn more about the 2020 science fair winners here.


The 2018 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair

Kavin Kathir

Grade 8 – St. Bridget School, Cheshire, CT Transforming Trash Into Treasure: A Sustainable Approach To Oil Spill Cleanup

TurnKey Compliance Solutions Environmental Awards – For excellence in environmental sciences.

Hannah Goldenberg

Grade 9 – Greenwich High School, Greenwich, CT From Tobacco to a Chemical Cocktail: A Smoker’s E-cigarette Alternative May Lead to Bronchiolitis Obliterans

TurnKey Compliance Solutions Environmental Awards – For excellence in environmental sciences.

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The 2017 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair

William LivesayJoshua Feuerstein, and Arnav Paliwal, eighth graders from Woodbridge, CT won the middle school Turnkey Compliance Solutions cash award for excellence in environmental services.

Alex Araki, an eleventh grader from Greenwich, CT won the high school Turnkey Compliance Solutions cash award for his project, “Application of flexible PVDF nanofibrous membrane coated carbon fiber filter for tunable low cost solvent recycling.”


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The 2016 Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair

Ryan Hines (L) and Mark Morgano (R) presented Turnkey’s 2016 Award to Top Winners

Nicholas Raslavsky,  grade 7 from Westside Middle School Academy, Danbury, CT and Laura Mocciola, grade 10 from Sacred Heart Academy, Danbury, CT are the 2016 Top Winners in the Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair.