Announcing this year's Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Awards national finalists.
We’re pleased to introduce this year’s Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Awards national finalists! As a reward for their hard work, each finalist receives up to $10K savings bond and a trip to D. C., where they’ll have a chance to meet NSTA & Toshiba America’s executives, Government officials, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and be on the media to present their ideas.
Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision 2023 National Winners
2023 First-Place Winners:
Grade K-3: MasterPack – St. Joseph’s School, Seattle, WA
Project Storyboard –
Grade 4-6:PetConnect – Open Window School, Bellevue, WA
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/petconnect
Grade 7-9: Fungi Fabrics – W.I. Dick Middle School, Milton, ON, Canada
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/fungi-fabrics
Grade 10-12: Martian Mycrops: Transporting Perchlorate Reducing Bacteria via Fungal Mycelium to Effectively Reduce Perchlorate Concentration in Martian Regolith – The Bronx High School of Science, Bronx, NY
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/martian-mycrops
2023 Second-Place Winners
Grade K-3: Project Forest – L.D. Batchelder, North Reading, MA
Project Storyboard – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jdUrWz3UkCYuzdNQdXBU_rCQqxUwW54e/view?usp=share_link
Grade 4-6: The ER Assistant – W.I. Dick Middle School, Milton, ON
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/er-assistant
Grade 7-9: Isolating and Producing Targeted Bacteriophages for the Eradication of African River Blindness
Connetquot High School, Bohemia, NY
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/phagefuture
Grade 10-12: CiliaBuilder: A Hair Prosthetic for Your Ears – Alabama School of Math & Science, Mobile, AL
Website – https://nstawebdirector.wixsite.com/ciliabuilder
Always wonderful to announce our ExploraVision program and have the opportunity to meet one of our national winners in Washington, D.C. Toshiba and NSTA humbly brag a real difference we make in supporting STEM activities for hundreds of teams and thousands of students in this, our 31st year!