STEM expo brings 600-plus students to MTSU campus April 11

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More than 625 fifth- through 12th-graders from the Midstate will be presenting nearly 300 STEM research posters on the MTSU campus Wednesday (4/11/18).

The projects include:

Obstacle avoidance glasses for the blind

Solar-powered aircraft

Automatic evidence and DNA location

Improving decomposition

Animals and the solar eclipse

Note Taker App development

And more!

Housed at MTSU, the Middle Tennessee STEM Innovation Hub encourages students to engage in projects involving a process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem or challenge. These rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practice skills necessary for success: communication, collaboration and critical thinking.

This year marks the sixth annual event to be held on the MTSU campus. It is titled the Middle Tennessee STEM Expo.

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