More than 400 students from across southeast Missouri showed off their science skills at the 54th SEMO Regional Science Fair in Cape Girardeau. That's 72 more students than last year. Student science fair projects ranged from "Does Chewing Gum Improve Memory?" to "Is it Safe to Reuse the same Drinking Bottle Over and Over?" The top two winners will go to the International Science and Engineering Fair in San Jose, California. Riley Rickman took home the Hooked on Science Future Scientist Award. Rickman attends TS Hill Dexter Middle School and did a project called "Tree Strikes...Game Over!" the Hooked on Science Future Scientist Award goes to a student that best demonstrates a unique and creative project by using his/her imagination. The winner receives a certificate, prizes, and $100. Go to http://www.hookedonscence.org for experiments that might get you and your family "Hooked on Science."
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