On November 8th, for the third consecutive year, NTFL sent students to attend the Carolina Science Symposium. The symposium highlights research completed at Duke University, North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina A&T State University. This year, Tanouir Aloui, Kat Horvath, Elettra Piacentino, and Raul Vyas attended the symposium and presented on research relating to the design and operation of the coded aperture miniature mass spectrometer (CAMMS). For the second year in a row, Kat Horvath brought home the third place prize for her poster entitled "Designing a Coded Aperture Cycloidial Mass Analyzer to Detect Perfluorocarbon Tracers." Congratulations to Kat!