Anna Johnson, a high-school junior at the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, took NCPTT research to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Atlanta, Ga. on May 11-16. Johnson has been a first place winner in local, regional and state competitions based on the analysis of labeling media for archeological collections using portable X-ray fluorescence analysis. Her work was supervised by NCPTT’s David Morgan and Jason Church).

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