At the Prince George’s Area science fair last year Adam Louis Lindholm was one of the top 10% of the Junior category participants and was selected to participate in the national Broadcom MASTERS competition. The Society for science & the Public announced today that Adam is one of the 300 semifinalists selected nationwide from more than 1,695 applications. The semifinalists were selected after a rigorous evaluation and judging conducted by distinguished scientists, engineers and educators. Adam is attending Spring Ridge middle school. His 6th grade project titled “How the Tyrant King Used Its Arms” competed at the St. Mary’s Fair and received a second place in the Animal Sciences
category. He improved his projects at Prince Georges and received a first place. If he can continue his winning ways he could be selected as one of the 30 Broadcomm MASTERS finalists announced August 27th. The finalists received an all-expense paid trip to Washington DC September 27– October 1 to showcase their science fair projects and compete in a four-day STEM competition for awards and prizes, including the top education award of $25,000 presented by the Samueli Foundation.