Nineteen Mercer Island students competed at a recent Bio Expo. Photo courtesy of Craig Degginger/Mercer Island School District

Mercer Island biotechnology students earn awards at Student Bio Expo

  • Thursday, June 1, 2017 9:45am
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Mercer Island High School biotechnology students earned several awards for their outstanding entries in the Student Bio Expo sponsored by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research.

Nineteen students from the MIHS biotechnology class taught by Jamie Cooke competed at the Bio Expo at Shoreline Community College against over 300 other science students in the region.

Receiving awards were:

1st place, Art: Alison Cary

1st place, Molecular Modeling: Madelyn Korn

3rd place, Molecular Modeling: Jeffrey Leung

3rd place, Lab Research: Lewis Back

Honorable mention, Career Pathways: Makenna Stevenson

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