Akzo Nobel Coatings Recognizes Student Project With Hanna Award
Frazier's project, titled "Which Brand of Nail Polish is the Most Durable," compared the durability of a broad selection of consumer nail-polish products. Science Day judges found the project to be "well thought out, with a balanced regard for both scientific content and practical application."
Frazier, an eighth-grade student at Adena Middle School in Frankfort, receives the Hanna Award cash prize of $1,000, an engraved plaque and an award luncheon and tour of Akzo Nobel Coatings laboratory and production facilities in Columbus, OH.
The Hanna Award is given "to help create a greater interest in - and awareness of - the chemical coatings industry" at the middle- and high-school levels, and to "help foster a greater interest in chemical coatings as a potential career field."