2012 Forensics Mentors Institute students Lauren Wray, Borat Tan, and Dominique Mason were honored with the invitation to present their research from this summer’s G. John DiGregorio Summer Science Program at the American Chemical Society’s Fall National Meeting Sci-Mix Poster Session. Wray, Tan and Mason (along with a fourth student, Stephen Cancel) were recipents of the ACS’s annual Project SEED Scholarship, a prestigious award for high school students pursuing a career in the sciences. Accompanied by Center Executive Director Dr. Barry Logan, these three students displayed their final posters for the large crowd gathered at the Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia. Dominique Mason researched The Analysis of Degradation Products of Phenethylamine Drugs, while Lauren Wray and Borat Tan worked on The Evluation of Solid Phase Microextraction Pipette Tips for Screening of Synthetic Cannabinoids in Serum. To see the full titles and abstracts of this year’s FMI research projects, visit the FMI Research Page.