Two groups of local science students from Westview High School, Beaverton, OR, recently won honors with projects using our sensors to monitor their school environment.
Julio Montano, Jose Perez, and Josean Perez used our temperature sensors to monitor classroom temperature and how it affects student attention span. The project won awards at the science fair. One of the science fair judges told the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about it, and the students were invited to Washington, DC to present their results at a forum.
Josh Goodman, of the Beaverton School of Science & Technology, won the top prize at the local science fair with a project checking the carbon dioxide levels in classrooms, and comparing them to recommended EPA guidelines.