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Converting a Homemade Cathode Ray Tube into a Laser

Student: Oliver Hatheway & Darren Rodenhizer

District/Region: South Shore District

Event: 2006 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Oliver and Darren are students at Park View Education Centre in Bridgewater. For their science fair project, they built a cathode ray tube out of common materials and converted it into a laser.

They won a bronze medal in physical and mathematical sciences at the 2006 Canada-Wide Science Fair. Oliver says he likes the hands-on experience of studying physical science and plans to one day go to medical school. Darren enjoys physics and is interested in rocket design and engineering, and would one day like to work for NASA. They're two of Nova Scotia's young scientists and tomorrow's innovators. Congratulations Oliver and Darren!



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Oliver Hatheway & Darren Rodenhizer

Oliver Hatheway & Darren Rodenhizer - Converting a Homemade Cathode Ray Tube into a Laser

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