It’s almost that time… when the White House transforms for a day into a hands-on showcase of robots, inventions, and innovative science projects – all built, made, and designed by kids.
That’s right, this Monday, March 23, President Obama will host the fifth-ever White House Science Fair, welcoming more than 100 students from across the country to share their projects and celebrate their extraordinary science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) achievements at the White House.
This year’s exhibit lineup includes a diverse array of projects, from patented inventions being brought to market, to innovative apps coded from the ground up, to award-winning rockets and robots, to pollution-powered batteries, 3D-printed wheelchair parts, and plans to protect honeybees.
Find out more below about the students participating in this year’s Science Fair: Full Article
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