Mason Elementary School students dash through a banner for their first time to play on Simple Machines at Play, an exhibit at Science City at Union Station, which was the winner of Battle of the Brains contest sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. Engineers and othes from the firm helped a nine-student team from the school take there design from concept to reality.
Mason Elementary School students dash through a banner for their first time to play on Simple Machines at Play, an exhibit at Science City at Union Station, which was the winner of Battle of the Brains contest sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. Engineers and othes from the firm helped a nine-student team from the school take there design from concept to reality. rpullet@lsjournal.com
Mason Elementary School students dash through a banner for their first time to play on Simple Machines at Play, an exhibit at Science City at Union Station, which was the winner of Battle of the Brains contest sponsored by Burns & McDonnell. Engineers and othes from the firm helped a nine-student team from the school take there design from concept to reality. rpullet@lsjournal.com

Students from Mason Elementary try out winning Science City exhibit

May 05, 2017 04:18 PM

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