Scott Soifer of North Shore Hebrew Academy High School is the only yeshiva student among the 300 semifinalists from across the country to be named a scholar in the Regeneron Science Talent Search. His submission, The Heat Free Car: Vehicular Heatstroke Prevention System (Second-Generation Prototype), focuses on his now-patented invention, the Vehicular Heatstroke Prevention System (VHPS).
Bradford Lin of Kings Point, who attends The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, was named a Regeneron scholar for his project on Evaluating the Effects of Atmospheric Aerosol Loading on Surface Radiation and Cloud Microphysical Properties Over the Hawaiian Islands.
Nine Great Neck students are among the 300 high school seniors who have been named 2018 Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS) scholars nationwide. Seven attend the Great Neck Public Schools (GNPS)—three at North High and four at South High—one is a student at North Shore Hebrew Academy and one Kings Point resident goes to The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey.
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