Da Vinci students present scientific research

By From page A3 | February 19, 2013

Community members are invited to Da Vinci High School’s first science fair. Students have been working to design and carry out an experiment that provides data to answer a real-life question. They will be presenting their experimental research from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Da Vinci’s campus, 1400 E. Eighth St.

Questions range from “How does water salinity affect the power output of a hydro-turbine?” to “How do flavor volatiles affect the perception of sweetness?” to “How does electrical current affect plant growth?”

A critical part of science is sharing research with both the scientific community and the general public, a news release said.

Enterprise staff

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