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in Lugano.  A national science and youth competition, aimed at the youth of Ticino.

in Lugano. A national science and youth competition, aimed at the youth of Ticino.

The final was held Friday and Saturday at the new eastern campus of USI and SUPSI in Lugano (file photo).

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On Friday and Saturday, young Italian speakers from Switzerland proved their worth by winning five prizes in the 56th Science and Youth Competition with their projects.

The final was held at USI and SUPSI’s new eastern campus in Lugano, where 117 boys and girls who made the regional selections presented their projects to the jury and audience. In total, about one hundred and six of them from Italian Switzerland (made up of seven children) won five prizes. This was announced by RSI.

Research representing Italy and Switzerland

Nathan Operti Liceo di Bellinzona has received an excellent mark for its research aimed at reducing heart attacks caused by Covid and will be able to participate in Regeneron 2022 (the world’s largest youth science competition) which will take place next month in Atlanta.

Great job review too Aki BoucherGraubünden, a student at the Graubünden Cantonal School, found a way to use the leftovers of a salmon farm to make special biscuits.

Martino Camponovo yes Ramon Fitz Del Liceo di Lugano-Savosa, inspired by the ESA system that uses spirulina to produce food and oxygen, was able to power LED lights thanks to the electric current obtained thanks to the dioxygen generated by cyanobacteria.

His article was rated “Very Good” as well as an article Daniel BartaAlso from the same institute, he focused on gravitational chains, which rockets take advantage of to accelerate without wasting fuel.

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“Very good too Martino ValsangiacomoAlso from Liceo Lugano 2, which instead dealt with acoustics and architecture, analyzed modern concert halls to determine the main aspects to consider for good sound quality.

Finally, the evaluation was obtained Jocelyn Savi Del Liceo Lugano 1 who developed a differential equation to explain mathematically the problem of growth of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma in patients with cancer.