The 2014 Arizona Science and Engineering Fair brought together more than 1,200 of Arizona’s most innovative students from across the state to vie for prizes, scholarships, in Phoenix March 31 through April 2.
Some students also earned a chance to compete at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world’s largest science and engineering competition.
Entries included everything from a yummy gummy bear lab to the effect of pH levels on fresh and salt water organisms to wind turbine generators.
All photos are courtesy the Arizona Science Center.
Broadcom Winners: Maria Wronski from Broadcom MASTERS with Arizona Science and Engineering Fair Junior Division award winners.
GEOS Winners: The ASU Walton Sustainability Solution Award Winners.