Delaware State University hosts first annual Kent County Science Fair

Central Delaware students are showcasing their science and research skills today at Kent County’s first annual Science Fair.

Students from grades five-through-12 were invited to enter individually or in groups as large as five members.  Prizes will be awarded for the highest-rated projects.  The event is being held until 5:00 p.m. at Delaware State University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.  Themes of study and research include biology, agriculture, chemistry, computer sciences, math, physics and engineering, physical science, earth science, bio technology and innovation.  Also, a model of the Mars rover “Curiosity,” which is scheduled to land on Mars in August and has instrumentation developed at DSU, will be on display.


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