Minn. students earn college dollars through STEM challenges

03/6/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Students in a Minnesota magnet program for engineering, mathematics and science are turning ideas into money for college, earning $1 million during the past two years. Original student projects range from developing a substance to repair sneaker soles to using magnets and pedal power to create a bicycle light.

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