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===Second Place===
 
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This is the salinometer built by [[User:Hmmm]] who placed 2nd in [[Water Quality]] for [[Community Middle School]] at [[Cornell University 2019]]. It was made using a plastic coffee filter found in the Community Middle School Cafeteria. Moreover, clay was used to weigh down one of the ends of the salinometer.
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This is the salinometer built by [[User:Hmmm]] who placed 2nd in [[Water Quality]] for [[Community Middle School]] at [[Cornell University 2019]]. It was made using a plastic coffee filter found in the Community Middle School cafeteria. Moreover, clay was used to weigh down one of the ends of the salinometer.
  
 
[[File:Hmmm salinometer.jpg|500px]]
 
[[File:Hmmm salinometer.jpg|500px]]

Revision as of 15:47, 4 June 2019

This is a collection of pictures and videos of devices that placed in the top ten at the 2019 National Tournament at Cornell University. Feel free to add more pictures and/or videos of devices. If possible, please include a description about your device. Because everyone benefits when we share, devices that did not place in the top ten are sometimes allowed.

The Best of Nationals pages highlight the best devices for building events from recent national tournaments. All photos and videos of devices on these pages are submitted by users.

Battery Buggy (Division B)

Boomilever (Division B)

Boomilever (Division C)

Elastic Launched Glider (Division B)

Mission Possible (Division C)

Mousetrap Vehicle (Division C)

Protein Modeling (Division C)

Roller Coaster (Division B)

Sounds of Music (Division C)

Thermodynamics (Division B)

Thermodynamics (Division C)

Water Quality (Division B)

Second Place

This is the salinometer built by User:Hmmm who placed 2nd in Water Quality for Community Middle School at Cornell University 2019. It was made using a plastic coffee filter found in the Community Middle School cafeteria. Moreover, clay was used to weigh down one of the ends of the salinometer.

Hmmm salinometer.jpg

Water Quality (Division C)

Fourth Place

This is the salinometer built by User:Sprynder who competed with User:Fridaychimp in Water Quality for Seven Lakes High School at Cornell University 2019. It was made using a plastic pipette and was weighed down by metal Airsoft pellets, clay, and snippets of solder.

Salinometer.jpg

Wright Stuff (Division C)

2019
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