Year 3-4

Best Entry Overall

Ways to reduce noise at home

Ways to reduce noise at home

Mullaloo Beach Primary School

Project: During Covid-19 isolation there was a time when we had to stay home. I have three siblings and it was difficult to study with all the shouting and screaming. All the noise creates a lot of stress for me. This investigation was to prove that the noise levels in my house are too loud and I also tested a way to reduce the noise levels in my house. My siblings agreed that an automatic reminder if they are shouting would be helpful to keep the noise down and I wanted to test this.
Noise was monitored at my house for one hour in the morning for eleven days using an app on an ipad. It uses the microphone to record the decibel of the sound every second. I then used a different app that when the noise goes above a high decibel, a warning sound is made.
The average sound level measured was 47 Decibels which is a normal conversation. The maximum sound measured was 100 Decibels which is the sound a motor cycle makes. I was unable to test the warning app successfully as it was too sensitive and very hard to get the warnings triggered correctly.
The investigation showed that there are very loud sounds every morning in my house even though the average noise was quite low. A device that automatically tells you when it measures loud sounds would be useful to remind us to keep quiet but I was unable to test it successfully. My idea is to get Google or Alexa to do this as many houses have home assistants now.

Teacher: Justin Stockley.

Best Use of STEM

Algal Bloom Buster

Algal Bloom Buster

Perth College

Project: Did you know that over the warmer months many natural and artificial waterbodies are affected by harmful blue green algal blooms that kill hundreds of thousands of birds each year in Australia?
It also costs the farming, aquaculture, recreational, water supply and tourism sectors millions of dollars.
Water temperatures above 25 degrees increase thermal stratification, where a warmer surface layer of water covers deeper cooler water. This also allows cyanobacteria to grow quickly.
Our solution, the Algal Bloom Buster, is a mechanical device that uses current research to address the causes of blue green algal blooms.
It’s a floating solar powered vessel that mixes the cooler water with the surface layer. This movement prevents stratification and harmful blooms occurring.
A motor powers the cylinder which rotates the propeller. Our next stage will involve programming the bloom buster, attaching sensors to measure water temperature and movement, and a GPS.
Save the birds!!

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

Best Presentation

Cyclone Safe Housing

Cyclone Safe Housing

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: Concept:

Helping people in the Northern regions of Australia to stay safe in cyclone territories by building sustainable, safe housing.

How we got there:

We researched the internet and spoke to an architect about design building. At first our concept didn’t come easy but in the end we got it done.

Our idea:
To build houses that are cyclone proof. We wanted to make this because because cyclones are something that affects Australia and specifically WA. We want everyone who needs a cyclone proof house to have one, meaning we want to spread globally. We also have tried to make it sustainable and better for the enviroment.

Materials

Recycled steel, Rubber, Concrete, Recycled tyres, Solar panels, Glass Windows, Plant.

Teacher: Brett Morellini.

Year 5-6

Best Entry Overall

Land Sea Design

Land Sea Design

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: My project idea is to make an app that would help sailors with rigging their optimist dingy. I came up this idea because of my love for sailing. I have been sailing since I was 5 and I have been sailing optimist dinghies for a year. The reason I wanted to do this idea was that when you are rigging your sail the way that you rigg the sail really depends on what the wind is doing and is going to do. So, the app would tell the sailor what the wind is doing now and later and you would also be able to use it for different things.

Teacher: Brett Morellini.

Best Use of STEM

AR MAT

AR MAT

Perth College

Project: We visited a local retirement village and found that almost everyone complained about how their extremely sore knees made them not even want to hop out of bed in the morning! We decided we needed to help, and discovered that the source of this pain, was most likely due to osteoarthritis. So we did a lot of research and came up with the ARMAT.
The ARMat, or arthritis relieving mat, consists of an infrared mat – which is scientifically proven to help heal and reduce pain, and a sensor that picks up excessive movement – which typically is an indicator of pain. When the sensor senses pain, it automatically turns on the infrared mat for 20min to help relieve pain and ensure a good pain free nights sleep. What could be easier? Simply go to bed and let the ARMat take your pain away.

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

Best Presentation

TAP OFF

TAP OFF

Tambrey Primary School

Project: Tap Off is a device to help people with memory problems to turn their tap off in case they forget about it. It is a small unit in a shape of a plant pot, placed near a sink. Inside the plant pot is a circuit with a water sensor, speaker, on/off button, Arduino Nano, printed circuit board and much more.
When the water in the sink reaches the edge, the water sensor will set the buzzer off and LED lights will start blinking. This will notify the person that they have forgotten to turn their tap off. Therefore avoiding water over flowing and causing water damage, or potentially the person slipping on the wet floor and sustaining an injury.

Teacher: Lukas Bulinski.

Year 7-8

Best Entry Overall

Package Protection Services

Package Protection Services

Hampton Senior High School

Project: So, you know how people steal other’s packages, now we have a solution to that. Our project is going to be a device that stops people from stealing packages that have been delivered by having a box like a safe to keep the owner’s package safe in it.
It will be opened by using a QR code so the box can be accessible for the owner while they are not at home. The problem our team is going to solve is to find a way to keep people’s online shopping delivery packages safe while they are not home to collect it, so they have it and it is safe in their own hands without needing to be at home to get it. Our group chose it because it has been a problem that has happened to other people before and is still happening.
This can link to the global goal ‘Sustainable Cities and Communities’ so there are more safe cities and homes to prevent people from stealing and stopping crime within areas, so it is safer, and it stops the people from trying to do other bad things.
If we had more time, we would work on the prototype longer to make sure it works 100% all the time. 

Teacher: Karen Alford.

Best Use of STEM

Ambulance Tracker

Ambulance Tracker

Rehoboth Christian College

Project: Our project aim to get ambulances to their patient quicker. Our prototype enables drivers to be able to know when an ambulance is coming prior to hearing the siren so that they can move out of the way. It is a micro;bit which you can put near your steering wheel or hang from your mirror. It receives signals from the ambulance in the form of peeping sound and flashing lights. The closer the ambulance, the higher the pitch, the louder the sound and the quicker the beeping pattern. This system could effectively reduces travelling time significantly.

Teacher: Andy Yu.

Best Presentation

PriSafe

PriSafe

Rehoboth Christian College

Project: Our project is called PriSafe. Taken from the word Prime/Priority and combining it with the word Safety. We believe that safety is very important and it helps keep our communities more secure and out of harm. We saw a need and a helping hand for car accidents. If we are able to prevent car accidents, it’s just like hitting two birds with one stone. Car accidents don’t just harm the passengers inside the car, but they can also harm the pedestrians. Like if there was a careless driver doing something they shouldn’t be doing and then accidentally hitting a pedestrian crossing the road. Things like this have become more and more frequent over the past few years. So as a group, we took some time to research the main causes to car accidents. One of them included careless driving, doing other stuff on the road that you shouldn’t be doing and not paying full attention and focus on the road, taking your hands off the steering wheel. We don’t want anyone to be seriously injured by these ridiculous things. It’s time that we make a small change in helping the lives of people.

Teacher: Aberly Arianto.

Year 9-10

Best Entry Overall

The PBD

The PBD

Shenton College

Project: The PBD is a portable electroencephalogram inside a head accessory that can detect brain waves released from special parts of the brain it will also have an integrated AI that can speak to the wearer through a speaker. The concept of the PBD is that is a device that can automatically detect certain brain waves which are specifically related to suicide and deppression. The AI will try and soothe the wearer to think more positive things. However if the readings of suicidal brain waves continue the AI will relay the constant position of the headgear while the AI constantly talks positive things to the wearer. The wanted outcome of all this is to try and prevent future cases of suicide and save suicidal people and change their views. We choose to solve this issue as mental health problems such as depression are increasing due to increased expectations in society.

Teacher: Anand Trivedi.

Best Use of STEM

Ashdale Showcase

Ashdale Showcase

Ashdale Secondary College

Project: For the school’s end-of-year showcase students complete a project of their own choice, from a variety of projects offered. Two student groups have chosen to be part of a groundbreaking initiative which sees them 3D print and assemble prosthetic hands, as a free gift for worthy beneficiaries.
Working in two teams, the students have been watching videos, reading tutorials, preparing software files for 3D print, assembling a prototype, and meeting and taking measurements of their two beneficiaries, so the final products fit like a glove. It is the first time these free prosthetics have ever been manufactured here in Western Australia and in a school.
Students are using the open-source designs created by the
e-NABLE Community to fabricate the parts using a 3D printer before assembling each prosthetic hand. The hands will be finished in time for the end-of-year showcase, where the beneficiaries will demonstrate how they can lift objects weighing up to 2 kilos and have basic grasping function.

Teacher: Rachel Farnay Jacques.

Best Presentation

Word Master

Word Master

St Mary’s Anglican Girls School

Project: Many students do not learn or know the definitions of words they use regularly, limiting their understanding of what context to use the words in. This also affects their reading as they will not know the meaning of many words they come across. It is a problem that not only affects young children, but also teenagers and adults who may have been using their words in the wrong way for years. It is particularly important for students early on to learn when and how to use their words so that they can read and write confidently. Our app gives kids a definition and asks them to choose the word that matches, with a correct option of one out of three. We took the words from a grade 4 spelling list, to enable upper primary school children to learn the context of their words and increase their literacy skills.

Teacher: David Brown.

Curtin Shape Award Recipients

Ways to reduce noise at home

Ways to reduce noise at home

Mullaloo Beach Primary

Project: During Covid-19 isolation there was a time when we had to stay home. I have three siblings and it was difficult to study with all the shouting and screaming. All the noise creates a lot of stress for me. This investigation was to prove that the noise levels in my house are too loud and I also tested a way to reduce the noise levels in my house. My siblings agreed that an automatic reminder if they are shouting would be helpful to keep the noise down and I wanted to test this.
Noise was monitored at my house for one hour in the morning for eleven days using an app on an ipad. It uses the microphone to record the decibel of the sound every second. I then used a different app that when the noise goes above a high decibel, a warning sound is made.
The average sound level measured was 47 Decibels which is a normal conversation. The maximum sound measured was 100 Decibels which is the sound a motor cycle makes. I was unable to test the warning app successfully as it was too sensitive and very hard to get the warnings triggered correctly.
The investigation showed that there are very loud sounds every morning in my house even though the average noise was quite low. A device that automatically tells you when it measures loud sounds would be useful to remind us to keep quiet but I was unable to test it successfully. My idea is to get Google or Alexa to do this as many houses have home assistants now.

Teacher: Justin Stockley.

AR MAT

AR MAT

Perth College

Project: We visited a local retirement village and found that almost everyone complained about how their extremely sore knees made them not even want to hop out of bed in the morning! We decided we needed to help, and discovered that the source of this pain, was most likely due to osteoarthritis. So we did a lot of research and came up with the ARMAT.
The ARMat, or arthritis relieving mat, consists of an infrared mat – which is scientifically proven to help heal and reduce pain, and a sensor that picks up excessive movement – which typically is an indicator of pain. When the sensor senses pain, it automatically turns on the infrared mat for 20min to help relieve pain and ensure a good pain free nights sleep. What could be easier? Simply go to bed and let the ARMat take your pain away.

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

TAP OFF

TAP OFF

Tambrey Primary School

Project: Tap Off is a device to help people with memory problems to turn their tap off in case they forget about it. It is a small unit in a shape of a plant pot, placed near a sink. Inside the plant pot is a circuit with a water sensor, speaker, on/off button, Arduino Nano, printed circuit board and much more.
When the water in the sink reaches the edge, the water sensor will set the buzzer off and LED lights will start blinking. This will notify the person that they have forgotten to turn their tap off. Therefore avoiding water over flowing and causing water damage, or potentially the person slipping on the wet floor and sustaining an injury.

Teacher: Lukas Bulinski.

Ashdale Showcase

Ashdale Showcase

Ashdale Secondary College

Project: For the school’s end-of-year showcase students complete a project of their own choice, from a variety of projects offered. Two student groups have chosen to be part of a groundbreaking initiative which sees them 3D print and assemble prosthetic hands, as a free gift for worthy beneficiaries.
Working in two teams, the students have been watching videos, reading tutorials, preparing software files for 3D print, assembling a prototype, and meeting and taking measurements of their two beneficiaries, so the final products fit like a glove. It is the first time these free prosthetics have ever been manufactured here in Western Australia and in a school.
Students are using the open-source designs created by the
e-NABLE Community to fabricate the parts using a 3D printer before assembling each prosthetic hand. The hands will be finished in time for the end-of-year showcase, where the beneficiaries will demonstrate how they can lift objects weighing up to 2 kilos and have basic grasping function.

Teacher: Rachel Farnay Jacques.

The PBD

The PBD

Shenton College

Project: We visited a local retirement village and found that almost everyone complained about how their extremely sore knees made them not even want to hop out of bed in the morning! We decided we needed to help, and discovered that the source of this pain, was most likely due to osteoarthritis. So we did a lot of research and came up with the ARMAT.
The ARMat, or arthritis relieving mat, consists of an infrared mat – which is scientifically proven to help heal and reduce pain, and a sensor that picks up excessive movement – which typically is an indicator of pain. When the sensor senses pain, it automatically turns on the infrared mat for 20min to help relieve pain and ensure a good pain free nights sleep. What could be easier? Simply go to bed and let the ARMat take your pain away.

Teacher: Anand Trivedi.

Year 3-4

Best Entry Overall

Sprung Cat Collar

Sprung Cat Collar

Perth College

Project: This device protects native wildlife from domestic cats. A sensor is triggered when the cat gets into the attack position and sets off an alarm which scares the cat.

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

Best Use of STEM

The Green Team

The Green Team

John XXVIII College

Project: To create an app that would locate the cheapest and closest Organic Food produce. Users can either search for the nearest Organic shop or farm. Or you can search for an individual products and the app would display the top 3 cheapest prices and their location. Convenience and healthy eating at the touch of your fingertips.

Teacher: Tara Purcell.

Best Presentation

Super Plastic Scientists

Super Plastic Scientists

Oberthur Primary School

Project: Australia has been sending recycling rubbish to developing countries rather than solving the problem locally. We investigated different ways to recycle plastics and explored a range of solutions. We decided that we will need to establish local recycling infrastructure to solve this issue properly and they invented the super plastic processor which can melt and remold plastics into plastic pellets and those plastics that can’t be recycled will be provided to maggots as food sources.

Teacher: Dandan Lai.

Year 5-6

Best Entry Overall

Safety Boot

Safety Boot

Perth College

Project: Safety boots to support workers in construction and other industries. This unique boot includes lights and a locator which help keep track of workers.

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

Best Use of STEM

COT Detective

COT Detective

Perth College

Project: Device which uses Artificial Intelligence and Microbial Fuel Cells to protect the Great Barrier Reef against Crown of Thorns Starfish.

Teacher: Jesse Ussi.

Best Presentation

Smart Gardener

Smart Gardener

Walliston Primary School

Project: The Walliston Whizz kids, have used their STEM skills to develop a solution to the problem of not having enough space or time to manage a vegetable garden. The Smart Gardener. A fully automated ‘vertical’ garden, that will fit into any backyard and provide people with the benefits of a backyard garden, without the hassle of maintenance. Using robotics, and featuring a unique phone app, the smart gardener combines science, mathematics and coding to create a simple user experience for the consumer.

Teacher: Nathan Bushby.

Year 7-8

Best Entry Overall

Elderly Pal

Elderly Pal

Rehoboth Christian College

Project: Students want to reduce death toll of helpless elderly at home by integrating AI companion in bathrooms and around home. The AI will alert authority to get help if potential danger is detected. 

Teacher: Alfredo Vasquez.

Best Use of STEM

Life-Saver Band

Life-Saver Band

Rehoboth Christian College

Project: Modernised city has people with suicidal inclination to wear the life-saver band which detects signs of suicidal thoughts and automatically activate strategies to de-escalate the suicide intentions..

Teacher: Alfredo Vasquez.

Best Presentation

SmartRider

SmartRider

Rehoboth Christian College

Project: Project involves the making of a hovercraft with can go on both land and water as a more suitable future mode of transport due to the rise of sea level and multiple flooding in city areas.

Teacher: Alfredo Vasquez.

Year 9-10

Best Entry Overall

Team 1

Team 1

Shenton College

Project: The Seismic activity protection protocols, aimed to help protect people from seismic related activity such as earthquakes and tsunamis. We build a seismometer from arduino electronic components and then wrote the programming to evaluate the degree of movement the seismometer ‘felt’. We also used computer aided design to demonstrate how it wold work and costed the materials required to build it..

Teacher: Katy Halder.

Best Use of STEM

Team 1

Team 1

Shenton College

Project: The Seismic activity protection protocols, aimed to help protect people from seismic related activity such as earthquakes and tsunamis. We build a seismometer from arduino electronic components and then wrote the programming to evaluate the degree of movement the seismometer ‘felt’. We also used computer aided design to demonstrate how it wold work and costed the materials required to build it..

Teacher: Katy Halder.

Best Presentation

Ionaville

Ionaville

Iona Presentation College

Project: Our very own Smart City. The problem: How might we design a city that is fit for the future?

Teacher: Kate Bovell.

Year 3-4

Best Project Overall

Swap Machine

Swap Machine

Perth College

Project: Our invention is a reverse vending machine that will swap your recycle materials for recycle dollars. The recycle dollars can be used to things in the canteen. The materials that can be recycled are Paper, HDPE Plastic, PET Plastic, Steel cans, Aluminium cans and Glass. To use our machine, students will need to first scan their canteen cards and then their recycle materials with bar codes. They will get money for each material to spend in their school canteen. If students don’t have a card or bar code in the material they just recycle. We used light and movement sensors to make our machine automatic and also has braille to help people who are blind.

Best STEM Idea

The Life Savers (cool like icy-poles)

The Life Savers (cool like icy-poles)

Nedlands Primary School

Project: A device that tells visually impaired people where they are, what its touching and directs them to where they want to go.

Best Presentation

The 4 Shores

The 4 Shores

Nedlands Primary School

Project: A way to reuse plastic from the ocean that makes it economical to collect the plastic waste.

Year 3-4 Commendations

The Einsteins

The Einsteins

Nedlands Primary School

Project: A drone that collects waste plastic from the ocean.

Mud Magic

Mud Magic

Perth College

Project: Students use energy from microorganisms to create a solution in an extreme environment.

St Paul's Superstars

St Paul's Superstars

St Paul's Primary School

Project: Calming device for neurological disorders.

Coral Stone Warriors (CSW)

Coral Stone Warriors (CSW)

Ashdale Primary School

Year 5-6

Best Project Overall

Plastomat

Plastomat

Oberthur Primary School

Best STEM Idea

Da Team

Da Team

Ashdale Primary School

Project: A pump and drainage solution to assist in flood prone regions.

Best Presentation

Econ

Econ

Beaconsfield Primary School

Year 5-6 Commendations

Clean Water Ways

Clean Water Ways

Ashdale Primary School

Project: A device designed to capture rubbish in our waterways.

Walker Device

Walker Device

Perth College

Project: Elderly people often have problems carrying their shopping. This has inspired us to brainstorm a solution. In the end, we came up with the Walker. Now elderly people have an easier way to transport their shopping. The Walker is a robot that looks like a metal table with caterpillar tracks on the bottom. It follows you so you don’t have to push it. The Walker is easy to control and portable. If there is an obstruction on the path the Walker will stop and lock. It has a detachable basket on the top, making it easy to access. It will carry your shopping around so you don’t have to carry it.

The World Warriors

The World Warriors

Piara Waters Primary School

Year 7-8

Best Project Overall

Aquarius

Aquarius

Hampton Senior High School

Project: Education through games designed to teach others about: Water conservation, Coastal litter and Animal conservation.

Best Presentation

Swan View year 8s

Swan View year 8s

Swan View Senior High School

Year 9-10

Best Project Overall

Glow Worms

Glow Worms

Hampton Senior High School

Project: Education through games designed to teach different target audiences about: First Aid, Bush fire safety and Traffic emergencies.

Best STEM Idea

PMS Thinking Team 4

PMS Thinking Team 4

Perth Modern School

Best Presentation

PMS Thinking Team 3

PMS Thinking Team 3

Perth Modern School

Year 9-10 Commendations

PMS STEAM E

PMS STEAM E

Perth Modern School

Project: Bee Hive.

PMS STEAM B

PMS STEAM B

Perth Modern School

Project: Specialised Electric Vehicle to reduce petrol consumption.

Year 3-4

Open Category

The Amazing

The Amazing

Nedlands Primary School

Project: We have been researching the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
There was a whole lot of junk so we decided to make a submarine made of tungsten carbide to collect and dispose of the garbage and stop it going into fish habitats and polluting the ocean.

Best STEM Idea

Happy Me

Happy Me

Perth College

Project: An App which helps primary school children who are suffering from depression, be happy.

Best Presentation

Cooper

Cooper

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: A low-power sensor / speaker system to keep drivers and animals safe on highway.

Themed Category

Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars

Nedlands Primary School

Project: People are taking showers that are too long, resulting in water wastage. We are making a water saving shower mat called Aquamatic. The Aquamatic tells people how long they have left in the shower by using sound and images.

People’s Choice Award

Cooper

Cooper

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: A low-power sensor / speaker system to keep drivers and animals safe on highways.

Year 3-4 Commendations

HedgeTrimmer

HedgeTrimmer

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: We have been researching the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. There was a whole lot of junk so we decided to make a submarine made of tungsten carbide to collect and dispose of the garbage and stop it going into fish habitats and polluting the ocean.

WCY4B

WCY4B

Piara Waters Primary School

Project: An App which helps primary school children who are suffering from depression, be happy.

The Amazing

The Amazing

Nedlands Primary School

Project: A low-power sensor / speaker system to keep drivers and animals safe on highway.

Year 5-6

Best Project Overall

Droneworks

Droneworks

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: We are designing a floating drone which will assist in large scale, water-based oil spills.

Best STEM Idea

Feeding The Future

Feeding The Future

Narrogin Primary School

Project: The problem with small inland countries is they have trouble finding food to feed their families, unlike bigger countries close to shore as they can easily find fish to feed on. The idea we thought of to solve this problem is to send food, medicines and seeds via a boat to 3 countries we learned are in the most poverty and starvation. So we have programmed an Edison robot to be our example model to follow the routes and tracks and avoid obstacles. We have planned a route that has no shipwrecks and currents. We have designed a boat which could carry our supplies.

Best Presentation

Project Kumo

Project Kumo

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: A companion robot which is being designed to assist people with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, caused by lack of socialisation.

Best Project Overall

Future Farming

Future Farming

Narrogin Primary School

Project: The problem is that farming fertilizers and chemicals are getting carried by rainfall and water into dams causing the water to get contaminated. We found out that CO2 is very important for plant life and is a good fertilizer, so we decided to use it instead of the farming fertilizer. We did an experiment to see if the CO2 fertilizer was as good as the farming fertilizer. We designed a plan for a farm to apply our results to a real life system.

Best STEM Idea

Project Kumo

Project Kumo

Beaconsfield Primary School

Project: A companion robot which is being designed to assist people with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, caused by lack of socialisation.

Year 5-6 Commendations

Recyclables

Recyclables

Piara Waters Primary School

Year 7-8

Best Project Overall

Beast Health

Beast Health

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: A watch like device that tracks health and fitness and uses an app to help people with physical wellbeing, mental health and dietary plans.

Best Presentation

Caffeinated

Caffeinated

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: A recyclable and biodegradable substitute for the plastic lining in coffee cups.

Best Presentation

No Waste Go Waste

No Waste Go Waste

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: Our project is a system of underground chambers that will convert biodegradable matter and plastic into oil. It is called “The Changing Chambers”.

Best Project Overall

Wicked

Wicked

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: We are creating an app that will encourage people to recycle by rewarding them.

Year 7-8 Commendations

Best Project Overall

Build A Friend

Build A Friend

Bunbury Senior High School

Year 9-10

Swan View SHS Y9s

Swan View SHS Y9s

Swan View Senior High School

Project: Future transport system

Renewable Engineers

Renewable Engineers

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: We are designing a car that runs on renewable energy sources – cutting fossil fuels from being used.

KAKTI

KAKTI

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: Our goal is to design a bicycle that can solve three problems in one. The bike is made of recycled plastic and metal to reduce litter. Access to this bike will greatly improve transportation in developing countries as well as accessibility to clean water. This is due to the design that integrates a built in filter to quickly and easily purify water on the go.

KAKTI

KAKTI

Bunbury Senior High School

Project: We are creating an app that will encourage people to recycle by rewarding them.

Year 9-10 Commendations

Confemn

Confemn

Swan View Senior High School

Primary

Best Entry

SANBOT Robot

SANBOT Robot

West BeechBoro Primary School

Team: Rishita Sarkar

Best STEM Prize

A R Guide to Waste

A R Guide to Waste

Ursula Frayne Primary School

Best Presentation

Tap and Ride

Tap and Ride

Whitford Primary School

Secondary

Best Entry

IT Angels

IT Angels

Mercedes College

Best STEM Prize

IT Angels

IT Angels

Mercedes College

Best Presentation

Vocabulary Voyage

Vocabulary Voyage

St Mary's Anglican School