HMK 2018 Science Fair Winners
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Science Fair
Experiment Category
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Experiment Category

1st: Zoe Olsen (left) — Hot Potato, Cold Potato: Is it easier to lose or gain energy through conduction or radiation?

2nd: Elisabeth Knight (right) — Fibers and Dye: How much dye would color different types of fabrics?

3rd: Jayde Young (middle) — Egg Power: Does the color of the egg effect its strength?

Invention Category

1st: Kaleb Brewer (right) — Tank Tool: a 3-in-1 tool for rescue workers

2nd: Maggie Crane (middle) — Maggie’s Makeup Application

3rd: Liam Clark (left) — Plunger 3000

Research Paper Category

1st: Charley Carter (left) — Green Sea Turtles

2nd: Zoey Wilson (middle) — Bottle-Nose Dolphin

3rd-: Sophia Scott (right) — Bald Eagles

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