La Biblioteca de Boquete agradece a la familia de Dr. Eugenio Lee en especial a su nieto David Faris, por ofrecer a los estudiantes de los colegios de Boquete, una ponencia del proyecto de investigación científica realizado en el estado de la Florida y al cual se le otorgó un segundo lugar a nivel de todas las escuelas del ese estado.
Esta actividad sirvió de motivación e incentivo a la comunidad educativa de la región.
How to Design, Test, and Build a Boomilever – Presented by David Faris
David Faris, a student from the U.S., whose engineering design won 2nd place in the Florida State Science Olympiad competition will discuss how he designed, tested, and built a boomilever using balsa wood and glue. The device only weighed 14.2 grams but was able to withstand 11.22 kilos of weight. David is fourteen years old and is the grandson of Eugenio Lee, a long-time resident of Boquete. He will present his project in Spanish, but can also answer questions in English.
The Relationship Between Global Warming and Crime – Presented by Ariel K. Reid
Ariel is also 14 years old and is a resident of Boquete. He will present his 2014 Google Science Fair Project on the relationship between global warming and crime. Ariel is representing Panama in this Google competition. He will also present his project in Spanish and can also answer questions in English.
This event is free of cost and open to the general public.