“On aerosols”: High school students win Japan Student Science Award (Tokyo) 小石川中等教育学校・高校1生が日本学生科学賞(東京大会)最優秀賞「エアロゾル研究」



東京都立小石川中等教育学校(文京区)水谷紗更(高1)と玉川玲奈(高1)(指導教員:土屋 徹、加藤 優太)のエアロゾルと換気効果の評価法に関する論文が第65回日本学生科学賞東京大会で最優秀賞を受賞しました。




Prof. Lenggoro and two graduates (Dr. N. Hama and Mr. T. Fujii, now with Tokyo Dylec Corp.) served as advisors. 

A paper, “An Evaluation Method of Ventilation Effectiveness,” written by 1st grade high school students of Tokyo Metropolitan Koishikawa Secondary Education School (Sasara Mizutani and Reina Tamagawa, and their advisor: Toru Tsuchiya, Yuta Kato), won the Grand Prize at the 65th Japan Student Science Awards (Tokyo Region). The paper has advanced to the national level – final screening. From more than 70,000 entries nationwide, 20 entries from each of junior and senior high schools made it to the national level judging.

The Japan Student Science Award was established in 1957 and it is known as the most traditional and prestigious science award, in the field of science for junior high and high school students.

Since 2018, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and Tokyo Metropolitan Koishikawa Junior High School have signed a joint research agreement on collaboration. It was an agreement that included developmental content, such as joint research between individual high school students and university research organizations.