Penn. Students Develop Low-Cost Water Filtration System, Earn State-Wide Recognition

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Penn. Students Develop Low-Cost Water Filtration System, Earn State-Wide Recognition

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 2:00pm

An engineering class from Burrell High School in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania was recently recognized for their efforts using STEM education to treat contaminated water in their community. The project was developed as part of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a nationwide competition that invites schools to address issues in their local communities using science, technology, engineering, and math.

Burrell High School was chosen as the State Winner of the contest, earning the school $20,000 in technology. To learn more about their project, visit www.triblive.com/neighborhoods/yourallekiskivalley/yourallekiskivalleymore/9650217-74/burrell-students-engineering#axzz3vA6EjjPA or www.samsung.com/solve

Keywords: Innovation & Technology | Awards, Ratings & Rankings | Education | Innovation & Technology | Pennsylvania | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Samsung | Samsung Solve for Tomorrow | water filtration

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