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ESPC 2011 - Toronto (Ontario)

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My name is Kiana Cross. I live in a Mohawk community called Kahnawake, I’m in secondary two and I enjoy going to school to learn new things, my two favourite subjects are math and science. I love to compete in science fairs, I won 1st place in my school’s science fair, then move on to the Aboriginal Science Fair, where I then won 2nd place and was chosen to participate in this year’s Canada Wide Science fair. I also enjoy doing crafts such as knitting, crocheting, origami, beadwork, sewing, painting and drawing. I like to go cross country skiing and to compete in races. As a pass time, I enjoy to take picture and make stop motion and Claymation videos and upload them on Youtube, or as commercials on CKER the Kahnawake community television channel. I adore animals and I own a pet rabbit named Gizmo. I’m also interested in drama/theater, singing, comedy and improvisation. In the future I wish to work in the field of science, because it is a passion I have and really enjoy. I am truly grateful and elated to participate in this year’s Canada Wide Science fair.

Kiana Cross

I need my glasses
Région:Aboriginal Québec Autochtone
Ville:kahnawake, QC
École:Kahnawake Survival School
Sommaire:The purpose of this project is to prove that 3-D glasses are harmful and can damage your eyes. The 3D glasses can give a lot of people headaches, sore eyes, pain, etc. with all these symptoms; can the glasses be harmful to your eyes? In my experiment I took many people of all different ages to wear different 3D glasses for various periods of time.