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ESPC 2013 - Lethbridge (Alberta)

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Gabrielle - My name is Gabrielle Molloy and I am a 16 year old grade 11 French immersion student at Bishops College in St. John's Newfoundland. At school I am involved with YAC (Youth Action Committee), chamber choir and International Club. Outside of school I enjoy dancing three times a week (tap, jazz and hip hop), curling competitively, practicing 3 times a week, as well as piano lessons which I have doing for 10 years. I also enjoy volunteering in the community with MUN's food bank, at my neighborhood elementary school and teaching children ages 6-8 curling. Last year I was awarded my bronze medal for the Duke of Edinburgh program and I am currently in the process of completing silver. In the future I plan on attending Memorial University to complete a business degree and then travel outside my province to get a law degree. This year our project won Best of Fair at our school science fair and we also won a gold medal in our region. The inspiration for this project came from research and our interest in natural/herbal remedies and continues to be a work in progress This is my first CWSF and I'm looking forward to it!
Rebecca - Hello, my name is Rebecca Casey and I am a 16 year old, grade 11, french immersion student at Bishops College in St. John's, Newfoundland. In my school, I am a part of the Chamber Choir, the International Club and the Youth Action Committee. Outside of school, I am really involved with dance and music. I do a variety of different styles of dancing four times a week (tap, ballet, hip hop, jazz and modern) and I also teach children tap! I love playing the guitar along with the ukulele and I really enjoy exploring music of different eras. In the future, I plan to attend Memorial University to study civil engineering. This year, our project won Best of Fair at our school fair and a gold medal at the regional fair. I am very excited to be attending the CWSF! The inspiration for this project came from research and a strong interest in natural and herbal remedies. We plan to further our project in the future and we hope to get more positive results!

Gabrielle Molloy, Rebecca Casey

Effects of Coconut Oil on Alzheimer’s Disease
Région:Eastern Newfoundland
Ville:St. John's, NL
Sommaire:For our project, we tested the effects of coconut oil on Alzheimer's disease. We applied three different concentrations of coconut oil and two different molarities of Beta Amyloid (a plaque which is the proposed cause of Alzheimer's disease) to cortical neurons. The results conclude that coconut oil has a positive effect on the disease as there were more living cells when the oil was added.