The science behind the mangrove

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Mario Font hizo el experimento junto a Kiara Camarero y Viviana Gratacós, todos de Robinson School. (TERESA.CANINO@GFRMEDIA.COM)

Three students form the Robinson School, Mario Font Martin, Kiara Camarero and Viviana Gratacós, represented Puerto Rico at the Intel International Sciences and Engineering Fair at Arizona. The project focus on the contamination with Staphylococcus Aureus in the mangrove using biosensors to measure it. They will be participating in the US Stockholm Junior Water Prize in Oregon. They have presented the project at 5 scientific fairs.

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