Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness, or CNTA, an Aiken-based nuclear education organization, recently announced the winners of its 10th annual writing contest:

Reid DeMass, Aiken High School, for “It’s Time We Come Together.” DeMass plans to pursue pre-medical studies.

Joshua Yates, Silver Bluff High School, for “The Nexus of Politics and Nuclear Technology.” Yates plans to pursue a computer science degree.

Devin Fulmer-Key, Breezy Hill Homeschool Academy, for “The Better Road: Hydraulic Fracturing vs. Nuclear Power.” Fulmer-Key plans to pursue chemical engineering.

Reagan Glover, North Augusta High School, for “Nuclear – A Greener, Cleaner Solution.” Glover plans to pursue biochemistry.

In addition to the $1,000 prize, the winners’ schools will each receive $500 for classroom supplies and equipment.