The school hosted two big science events including the third annual UO Science and Invention Fair and the Central Western Oregon Science Expo.
Elementary through high school students came from all over the region to present their science inventions for a chance to move on to the Intel Northwest Science Expo.
The fair also featured hands-on science activities, workshops, and even an appearance from the Slug Queen. LEBRITY.
“It’s really about your process and what you learned from it. So the judges are looking for how you came up with your idea, what your question was, how your process went, and what you learned,” said Brandy Todd, Slug Queen.
About 120 entries were judged by a panel of UO scientists and graduate students.