Shelton High School students were at Quinnipiac University presented their science projects at the Connecticut State Science Fair March 15-16, and were awarded for their efforts. \u201cThis is awesome to have so many of our kids get recognized,\u201d said Mary Clark, SHS science curriculum leader. \u201cI thank all the teachers who helped make this year\u2019s SHS Science Fair a great success. We can be very proud of our students\u2019 achievements.\u201d Those recognized \u2014 Veina Pillai received second honors and the Institute of Food Technologists, $50 Nutmeg Section award and an invitation to dinner for her project The Effect of Bitter Gourd on Blood Sugar Levels. \u2014 Rigel Mahmood received second honors and the following awards for her project Development of a Simulation Model for the Solution of Einstein\u2019s General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics Based on Causal Dynamical Triangulation. She was given $100 People\u2019s United Bank Mathematics Awards with ATOMIC and a plaque, $300 from People\u2019s United Bank, Xerox Computer Science Awards\u00a0 Senior High Finalist - medallion and acrylic award and the $150 Connecticut College-Physics, Astronomy, and Geophysics Department Award, a T-shirt and certificate. \u2014 Joshua Kreitler received second honors, a medallion and an acrylic award for the CASE Urban School Challenge Awards with Bristol-Myers Squibb and Travelers for his project Determining Natural Pigment Category that Leads to the Highest Output of Current and Voltage on Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell. \u2014 Alexander Ercolani received second honors for his project Do Sugar Substitutes Allow Yeast to Perform Cellular Respiration? \u2014 Joseph Niski and Ian Diaz received second honors for their project Blades of Fury Pt. 2: Weight Efficiency. \u2014 Two projects received third honors: Samantha Rubio, Monica Holler and Jared Peck for their project Gravimetric Analysis of Calcium and Hard Water; and Kelly Sou for her project The Genetic Touch.