Orlando Science Center - Another 1st in Central Florida!
Lockheed Martin and the corporation’s Retired Employee Association sponsor the event, which serves as an intermediate competition between the county and state science fairs. Only the winners from area county science fairs are invited to participate.
Professional and retired scientists and engineers judge the projects in categories ranging from chemistry, computer science, engineering, team projects and more. The Science Challenge encourages excellence in science education by providing an opportunity for students to hone their skills and provide the public with the opportunity to view some of the state’s most innovative science projects.
The following is the complete list of winners for this year's Lockheed Martin Science Challenge.Winners in each category took home a $400 prize and are eligible for the coveted “Best in Fair” prize, which awards a $4,000 prize and trophy.
JUNIOR DIVISION TEAM WINNER
TIMOTHY J. & MARTIN M.
Project: The effects of Simulated Runoff on the Invasive Algae, Caulerpa
(thanks to the Orlando Science Center for this press release)