Regeneron High School Science Winner
Last night, Regeneron and Society for Science announced the top winners in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. Here is a Media Kit with all top ten winners, which also have videos you can check out to see how charismatic the kids are: https://bit.ly/3wjO0jw.
- Ninth Place: Amara Orth, 18, of Glenwood, Iowa received a $50,000 award for eavesdropping on her family’s honeybees so she could identify the changes in vibroacoustic patterns in each hive. She measured the sounds and vibrations from bees in 25 hives and developed an AI model to analyze the colony’s health with an accuracy of 92%. If the data is gathered and decoded in time, her system may give beekeepers time to prevent colony collapse.
- Project Information: https://projectboard.world/project/amara-orth—council-bluffs-ia
- Project video: https://youtu.be/s0746LCNZkA
- Photos: https://bit.ly/3CJwjuW