Woodinville student wins physics award

Connor Hughes - Courtesy photo
Connor Hughes
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Woodinville High School junior Connor Hughes won the first place physics award at the Central Sound Regional Science & Engineering Fair at Bellevue College.

Connor’s project examined how hydrodynamic drag differed on objects with different surface textures. His project also received a Naval Science Award and the Yale Science Award for “Most Outstanding Exhibit in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and Chemistry”.

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