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Susie Burr Penicillin : Fungi rules OK
Susie Burr | Kyle Academy
Ayr, Scotland

Leon Cych Apollo 10
Leon Cych | All Souls School

Helen Davis The Clone Zone - A Simple Guide to Genetic Engineering
Helen Davis | Hove Park School

Tim Hiley Apollo 8 - To the Moon and Back
Tim Hiley | Malton Community Primary School
Malton, North Yorkshire

Tom O'Toole Priestley's Physics Project
Tom O'Toole | Kingsbrook School
Milton Keynes

Ian Phillips Mad Dog 2
Ian R. Phillips | The Latymer School

US Chapter based at The Franklin Institute Science Museum

Paulette Dukerich Ben Franklin's Armonica
Paulette Dukerich | Bethune Academy
Houston, Texas

Terry Hongell The Lightning Rod
Terry Hongell | Pocantico Hills School
Sleepy Hollow, New York

Pattie Knox Powered Coining Press
Maillardet's Automaton
Pattie Knox | Greentown Elementary School
Orchard Hill Elementary School
North Canton, Ohio

Paul Myers Daguerreotype Cameras - The Advent of Photography
Paul Myers | Cucamonga Middle School
Rancho Cucamonga, California

Robert Owens Right Down the Middle for a Ball
Robert Owens | Marie Durand Elementary School
Vineland, New Jersey

Tammy Payton Bicycles: Getting a Handle on Technology
Tammy Payton | Loogootee, Indiana

Carla Schutte Grumman Lunar Module - Destination Moon
Carla Schutte | Moton Elementary School
Brooksville, Florida

Susan Silverman Bicycle Heroes - Two Centuries
Susan Silverman | Port Jefferson Station, New York

Gail Watson Motion Photography
Gail Watson | Gar-Field High School
Woodbridge, Virginia

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