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10 May 2013
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Four students from Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, recently won awards at the Eastern Iowa Science and Engineering Fair (EISEF) in Cedar Rapids. Recipients were middle schoolers Narayani Thijm and Melat Gebremariam, and 10th grade students Alex Hoffman and Bimba Shrestha.
''What is the Greenhouse Effect and How Does It Work?'' is the title of the research entered by Narayani and Melat. The students explain, ''Our experiment tests different gases, carbon dioxide, water vapor, and room air to see which heats up the most in a jar.'' Their awards included the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 2013 Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award, and the American Meteorological Society: Outstanding Achievement.
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* Maharishi School in Fairfield, Iowa, features Consciousness-Based Education to develop students' inner potential while they grow in knowledge. All students, faculty, and staff practise Transcendental Meditation, which has been shown through extensive published research to boost intelligence, creativity, and learning ability, improve brain functioning, and reduce stress—while it creates a well-rounded learning environment renowned for fostering brilliant student achievements in academics, sports, and the arts.
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