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During the process, Matthew developed his own calibration techniques and learned gas law principals for compensation for pressure and temperature things you dont think about till you are attempting to measure with some precision.
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Google India today announced the winner of the Google Community Impact Award, a theme based award part of Google Science Fair 2016.Matthew was looking for a way to monitor the air around shale oil hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites from a moving vehicle.The Google Science Fair is an online science competition sponsored by Google, Lego, cern, National Geographic and Scientific American and started in January 2011.When methane is present, the cozir reports it as an increase in CO2.After winning a Google local award and becoming a regional finalist, he is now competing with students internationally for a 25,000 scholarship and prizes from Google, the National Geographic Society and others to further their interest in science.
By Ray Hicks, President, m, at CO2Meter, we get just as excited about science fair projects as the students.
Advay presented his project on creating FishErmen Lifeline Terminal (felt) to enhance the fishermen safety and productivity using Global Positioning Services (GPS) that won him 10,000 in funding and a year-long mentorship from Scientific American to further help develop his winning project.Of course, CO2 and CH4 gas measurement were only one aspect of the project.For example, over the last several months I worked with 14 year-old Matthew Siracusa on his school science fair project titled, A Method for the Mobile Study of Fracking Sites.We found that using the cozir and SenseAir sensors in combination solved both the CO2 and CH4 environmental measurement tasks simultaneously.Read : 9 Year Old PIO, The Youngest Developer At wwdc.To test this, we started by zero referencing both sensors to nitrogen, then span calibrating them within the working range for reference.Last month, I was pleasantly surprised when Matthew informed us that his project had been entered into the 2014 Google Science Fair.Out of the thousands of projects across the globe, Google selected Top 100 ideas by the judges, including 14 projects from students across India.
Fortunately, both Matthew and his father were great to work with, and it was both a pleasure and interesting to work with these very bright people.
Its imperative for us to support and encourage these young people to explore and challenge the world around them through scientific discovery.