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Nine Massachusetts Students Make Broadcom MASTERS 2012 Semifinals

The Broadcom MASTERS® (Math, Applied Science, Technology, and Engineering for Rising Stars), a program of Society for Science & the Public, is the national science, technology, engineering and math competition for U.S. 6th, 7th, and 8th graders that inspires and encourages the nation’s young scientists, engineers and innovators. This year's list of semifinalists includes the following nine young stars from Massachusetts:

Dayle Kwang-Liang Wang | Grade 8
Massachusetts Region V Science Fair (USMA01)
Dover-Sherborn Regional Middle School
Gusty Discoveries

Evan Leon Tilley | Grade 6
Massachusetts Region III Science Fair (USMA03)
St. Francis Xavier School (Acushnet)
Salt Water Desalination

Ethan Wyatt Messier | Grade 6
Swansea New England Christian Academy
Wave to the Future: The Utilization of Marine Waves Using Wave Buoys to Generate Electricity

Katherine Miranda | Grade 7
Massachusetts Region II Science Fair (USMA05)
Grafton Home School
Nuclear Energy: How Can We Make It Safer?

Kumaran V.K. Ratnam | Grade 7
Massachusetts State Science and Engineering Fair (USMA50)
R.J. Grey Junior High School (Acton)
A Study of Macular Degeneration and a Design of an Ultrasonic Guiding Device to Aide the Patients

Daniel Lu | Grade 8
Carlisle Public Schools
Psychoacoustics: The Perception of Volume

Emily Anna Lane | Grade 7
Douglas Elementary School
Peel Power

David Anthony Bau | Grade 8
Lincoln Public Schools

Fan Liu | Grade 8
Quincy Central Middle School
Fly Why? Will Irradiation Produce Mutations on Drosophila melanogaster?

Congratulations to them all!
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