Va. students get professional feedback on science fair projects

02/12/2013 | DVIDS

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers were among those lending their time and professional expertise to the judging of the Frederick County Science Fair. "It is fascinating to see what they can do," said Bill Ryals, project management branch chief of the Corps' Middle East District. "Middle school is the time we need to start talking to these kids, to build their interest in engineering."

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