Student scientists and inventors earned nearly three dozen gold, silver and special recognition awards at the Greater Kansas City Science and Engineering Fair at Union Station April 2-5.
Judges awarded special recognition to the work of three students during the Charles N. Kimball Award Ceremony on April 5.
Miles McEachen, grade 6, won the Science Pioneers’ Legacy Award honoring scientific learning, creativity and curiosity for his project, “Music and Math.”
Alise Wood, grade 6, won first place in the Intermediate Behavioral and Social Sciences category and received the Broadcom MASTERS Award. Her project has been nominated to compete in the 2019 Broadcom MASTERS national competition.
Tyler Carlgren, grade 8, won the Science City MAKER Award and Science City Showcase Award in the junior division. His project will be displayed at the 2019 Linda Hall Library Science and Engineering Fair Project Display April 22-June 4, 2019.
Congratulations to all these lower and middle school students whose science projects and inventions earned awards:
Grade 4 Awards of Distinction
Maren Lacy, division first place, Gold Achievement winner, second place among grades 4-6.
Zion Thomas, division first place, Gold Achievement winner, third place among grades 4-6.
Awards of Distinction
Addison McNeive: Plant Science first place, Gold Achievement winner and Intermediate Division third place.
Charlie Bernstein: Microbiology first place, Gold Achievement winner and Intermediate Division first place.
Ben Caisley: Greater Kansas City Association of Family and Consumer Sciences award and Gold Achievement winner.