Liberty High School was well represented at the State Science Day held this spring at The Ohio State University. Three OLHS students were recognized during the event with awards for their science projects.
- A. Dubbaka, 11th grade, earned an “Excellent” rating for a project on the protein-coding gene “PRMT5 and its Regulation in the Cell Cycle.”
- S. Murthy, 11th grade, earned a “Superior” rating for a project titled “Studies on Oil-Water-Surfactant Ternary Phase Diagram.”
- S. Murthy, 10th grade, earned an “Excellent” rating for a project on “Cooking Healthy to Reduce the Calorie Intake Without Compromising the Taste.”
The students competed at the State Science Day after advancing to the event by winning district-level competitions.