Monisha Rekhraj, a senior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, talked about her project with judge Brett Spear during the 30th Annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair at Bryan Station High School, where about 655 Fayette County public, private and home-school students in grades four through 12 competed for awards on Saturday. Rekhraj's project tested the effect of an anti-cancer agent on another disease.
Monisha Rekhraj, a senior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, talked about her project with judge Brett Spear during the 30th Annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair at Bryan Station High School, where about 655 Fayette County public, private and home-school students in grades four through 12 competed for awards on Saturday. Rekhraj's project tested the effect of an anti-cancer agent on another disease. Herald-Leader
Monisha Rekhraj, a senior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, talked about her project with judge Brett Spear during the 30th Annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair at Bryan Station High School, where about 655 Fayette County public, private and home-school students in grades four through 12 competed for awards on Saturday. Rekhraj's project tested the effect of an anti-cancer agent on another disease. Herald-Leader

131 student projects win awards at Fayette County science fair

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