Sep 25, 2015 1:13 PM

Nashua High School senior wins Google Science Fair award

NASHUA – A senior at Nashua South High School has won a national award from one of the most prominent science fairs in the country.

Deepika Kurup won the Google Science Fair award for her proposal to remove toxins from water.

According to the Nashua Patch, Kurup’s project, which included applications for water purification systems, wastewater plants and pavement coatings was chosen to win the National Geographic Explorer Award.

As part of her presentation, Kurup wrote the global lack of clean water access is “unacceptable social injustice” that compelled her to find a solution to the world’s clean water problem.


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