Continued Science Fair Success Studying Wireless Power!
Written by Scott Milburn on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
More congratulations are in order for Avery Rich, the ninth-grade student at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall, WA, about whom we wrote recently. She has continued to have great success with her science fair project comparing wireless power deliver between a laser beam and a broader spectrum white light beam.
After winning the regional fair, Avery entered her project, “Beaming Power: Can Lasers Be Used To Transfer Energy Efficiently?” , in the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair. Avery switched categories to Energy and Transportation and won a blue ribbon. She was also awarded a Wolfram Mathematica special award and chosen for a $20,000, four-year renewable scholarship to Ohio Wesleyan University.
Avery is going to visit our shop soon to see the work we are doing on developing the type of wireless power delivery she studied for her project.
Congratulations Avery, and we’ll look forward to seeing your success in future science fairs!