MSC STEM students bags gold at the 26th National Physics Fair in Davao

BOAC, Marinduque – John Reginald M. Miciano and Joshua Deiondre T. Malalad, both Grade 11 STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics) student from Marinduque State College (MSC) Laboratory High School bagged the 1st Merit Award in the recently concluded 26th National Physics Fair held at Ateneo de Davao University in Davao City.

In this four days event (April 4-7, 2018), the 26th National Physics Fair was in connection with the 40th Annual National Physics Seminar-Workshop/Convention and 31st National Physics Olympics with the theme “Physics and Development of Indigenous Communities.”

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Miciano and Malalad with their research advisers Mrs. Maria Victoria M. Miciano and Mrs. Marilou M. Jimena took the challenge as they represented the college with their research project entitled “Capayang and Calancan Mine Soil as a Potential Source of Energy”.

“MSC’s physics investigatory project is one of the most publishable papers”, remarked by Philippine Physics Society President Dr. Gerardo C. Maxino as he praised the

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John Mark G. Forcado

John Mark G. Forcado is a junior correspondent of Marinduque News Network and currently working as media representative at Marinduque State College-Office of Media and International Affairs. He is a former regional coordinator of College Editors Guild of the Philippines Southern Tagalog. JM is a native of Odiongan, Romblon.

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