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  • More than 400 students to compete at science and engineering fair

    About 412 middle school and high school students from across North Texas will converge at UT-Arlington on Sunday and Monday for the Fort Worth Regional 2017 Science and Engineering Fair. Projects range in categories from math to chemistry to animal science. Judging will start Monday morning and about 200 awards will be given out on Monday night.

More than 400 students to compete at science and engineering fair

About 412 middle school and high school students from across North Texas will converge at UT-Arlington on Sunday and Monday for the Fort Worth Regional 2017 Science and Engineering Fair. Projects range in categories from math to chemistry to animal science. Judging will start Monday morning and about 200 awards will be given out on Monday night.