April 15, 2016

Dayton Daily NewsSome of the most science savvy high school students in the nation will show their research work in Dayton this month to compete for scholarships in a science and engineering symposium.

Organizers expect more than 200 student researchers who competed in 47 regional science, technology, engineering and math contests at colleges and universities nationwide to show up at the 54th annual Junior Science and Humanities Symposium scheduled April 27-30 at the Dayton Convention Center.


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