(WEHT)- A young tristate scientist, Ankush Dhawan, is getting national recognition for developing a method to detect levels of arsenic in drinking water.
Dhawan is a top 40 finalist in a national science competition. He will receive $25,000 dollars and will travel to Washington D.C. in March to compete for nearly $2 million dollars in awards.
After graduating he plans to study environmental engineering in college.
(This story was originally published on January 23, 2020)