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Dakota Ridge High School teammates Joel Scott, Eric Reed, and Ben Woeste buzz in at the Colorado Science Bowl.
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Science Bowl is Fun with a Future

Science is fun! Just ask students across the country currently competing for a trip to the National Science Bowl. But there is a not-so-hidden agenda for Science Bowl sponsors: engage the next generation of scientists and engineers. "We truly enjoy science," one of the competitors says. "With science there are so many places you can go in life." Full story

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