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Cranbrook teen heads to Taiwanese science fair

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Cranbrook student Keltie Murdoch(center), Fort St. John student Kevala Von Volkenburg(center right), and delegate Sandi Lavery(right) were selected to represent Canada at the Taiwan International Science Fair in February 2013.(Courtesy SD#5 Southeast Kootenay)
Keltie Murdoch of Cranbrook is heading to Taiwan with her award-winning science project and another student from Fort St. John next month.

They are going to an international science fair and the project they are taking is no simulated  volcanic eruption or a light bulb powered by a potato and pennies.
Science projects have come a long way and Keltie's is no different in that she has modified the traditional idea of a heat pump to warm a home.

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