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BYU to host Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair March 26-29

At BYU Conference Center

More than 700 young inventors and scientists will compete for $30,000 in cash and scholarships at the Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair, to take place March 26-29 at the Brigham Young University Conference Center.

In addition to the awards, students in grades 5-12 from the southern Wasatch Front will vie for the opportunity to represent central Utah at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the country’s largest pre-college science competition. Last year’s BYU winner won the Intel Fair, receiving more than $100,000 in prizes.

The Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair is open to students in the Alpine, Jordan, Nebo, Provo and Wasatch School Districts, upon approval from district fair officiators.

The fair is supported by the BYU David O. McKay School of Education and the BYU-Public School Partnership, as well as the Colleges of Biology and Agriculture, Physical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering and Technology.

For more information, contact John Gardner at (801) 422-2202 or Lisa Clark at (801) 422-1987.

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