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On Sept. 14, four seniors placed in the top 10 in the NASA & TI Codes contest with their air monitoring system.

Seniors place top 10 in NASA & Texas Instruments Codes Contest

Dawson Chang and Arjun Maitra September 29, 2020
On Sept. 14, four seniors placed in the top 10 in the NASA & TI Codes Contest with their air monitoring system.
Physics students build Rube Goldberg machines

Physics students build Rube Goldberg machines

Compiled by Gracie Blue and Amy Liu February 23, 2017
Watch students' Rube Goldberg machines in action!
From left: senior Robert Gottschalk, junior Michael He (far back), adviser Franco Posa and junior Elizabeth Award test the pod in a vacuum chamber to ensure that its electronics would not overheat.

Team Hyperlift prepares for final stage of Hyperloop competition

Manar Ansari, Staff Writer January 17, 2017
Team Hyperlift became the only high school team in SpaceX's Hyperloop Pod Design competition to advance to the final stage, joining teams such as Delft and MIT.
Margaret Trautner steers the car on the track. Using an electric starter, the team doubled their mileage from last year.

EcoMarathon team overcomes adversity, tests fuel efficiency

Maggie Ballard, Staff Writer May 9, 2016
St. John's was one of 124 teams from seven different countries to compete at the Shell EcoMarathon Americas competition in Detroit.
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