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CWSF 2009 - Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Kirstan - My name is Kirstan Cruse. I enjoy playing my saxaphone in our school band and playing soccer and football. I am currently involved in a music/drama group called Parables. I also play bass in the Parables band. In 2010, Parables will be going to New York for a missions trip to work with homeless people and we will be teaming up with NYSUM. For my post secondary /career plans I plan on being involved with psychology and/or children. Recently in our regional science fair at UNBC, my partner and I received six awards, including a gold medal. I have participated in the QuizMe game show.
Lindsay - My name is Lindsay Dimler, I am from Prince George, BC. I enjoy playing classical piano and am currently starting my grade 7 Repertoire. I am involved in a music/drama group called Parables and the group plans on taking a trip to New York in 2010, working with homeless outreach, involved with NYSUM. My post secondary/career plans include studying for my BSc and I plan on being a physiotherapist for my career choice. Recently, for the regional science fair at UNBC, my partner and I received six awards, including a gold medal. These were: Best in Category, Automotive Science-Level I; 2009 EnviroExpo Award; SCWIST Award (Society for Canadian Women In Science and Technology); Automotive Innovation; BC Innovation Council Award; and the Young Innovator Award.

Kirstan Cruse, Lindsay Dimler

Solar Separation: The Production of Eco-Friendly Fuel
Division:Health Sciences / Automotive
Region:Central Interior British Columbia
City:Prince George, BC
School:Westside Academy
Abstract:The goal of this project was to determine if, by using solar energy to split hydrogen and oxygen from water, we could produce enough hydrogen fuel to run a fuel cell vehicle in northern climate low light levels. Using a solar panel for the process of electrolysis to produce the hydrogen, we discovered that our hypothesis was correct and we could also reduce greenhouse emissions.

Awards Value
The University of Western Ontario Scholarship
Bronze Medallist - $1000 Entrance Scholarship
Sponsor: University of Western Ontario
$1 000.00
Bronze Medal - Automotive
Sponsor: AUTO21
Total$1 300.00