Fuel Cell Designers in the Rough

Middle school students from across the country got to design and build fuel cell cars in the National Middle School Science Bowl sponsored by the Department of Energy.

Golden, Colorado, – June 25, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Stationary models don’t appeal to every child, and middle school students from across the country got to design and build fuel cell cars in the National Middle School Science Bowl sponsored by the Department of Energy from June 17 to 20. Doolen Middle School from Tucson, Arizona, won top place stock competition, where students build a car directly from a kit, and Jenkins Middle School from Colorado Springs, Colorado won top place in the open class competitions, where students build a car around a standard fuel cell and solar cell.The winning teams are among the 20 entries around the U.S., and they receive trophies and gift certificates from Discovery.com
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