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Aquinas Academy student shines at Science, Engineering Fair

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Liam Ellis, an Aquinas Academy eighth-grader, earned second place at Carnegie Science Center’s Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair.

Franklin Park resident Liam Ellis, an eighth grader at Aquinas Academy of Pittsburgh, located in Hampton, placed second at Carnegie Science Center’s Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair in the category: Medicine/Health/Biochemistry – Junior Division. His project was titled “The Bacteria Among Us: Do bathrooms have more germs than other surfaces in a school?”

More than 1,000 students from 100 schools across Pennsylvania and Maryland competed for awards, prizes and scholarships at the science fair, which took place March 30, at Heinz Field.

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