St Joseph's science fair: STEM the buzzword

Abbey Copley and Yelda Sivlim, both 13, show students how hydrophobic sand is made at the St Joseph’s College Science Fair.

Abbey Copley and Yelda Sivlim, both 13, show students how hydrophobic sand is made at the St Joseph’s College Science Fair.

THE atmosphere was buzzing at the annual St Joseph’s College Science Fair this week. 

About 120 Grade 5 students rotated between 60 interactive projects and experiments developed by the college’s Year 7 students, who shared their knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

Students from five Catholic schools participated in the event, discovering the Oobleck substance and watching model volcanos erupt.

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