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It was neck and neck between the Western and Southern Downs, but Warwick’s Assumption College triumphed on Day 2 of the Darling Downs Science and Engineering Challenge. 

Zoe Kasper and Eliza Connor from Assumption College (Warwick) (activity – Stringways)

Teams from St Mary’s Parish School (Goondiwindi), Faith Lutheran College, Assumption College (Warwick), Miles SHS, Nanango SHS, Millmerran State P-10 School, Harristown SHS, and Our Lady of the Southern Cross College (Dalby).

Connor Lloyd from Harristown State High School (activity – Future Power)

Millmerran State School P-10’s Thamu Soe (Return to Mars)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) Toowoomba is hosting for than 30 schools over four days (May 21-24)
for the regional competition of hands-on science and engineering activities.

Paul Valdez, Henry Borres, Thamu Soe and Jeremiah Diete from Millmerran State School P-10 (activity – Return to Mars)

(R to L) Ty Clapperton, Spencer Harth, Isaac Harvey and Owen Fuengcharoey from Our Lady of the Southern Cross (Dalby) (The Bridge)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Submitted by:
Rhianwen Whitney,
E: rhianwen.whitney@usq.edu.au,
Ph: 07 4631 2977

 Posted on : May 22, 2019

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