Morgan Wolfe got his project idea for this year’s science expo after his father came home from the dentist with a busted filling almost a year ago.
Pat Lowthian and John Pulasky had one task Saturday: to get area students to think like a scientist or an engineer.
Billings high school graduates will claim 1,150 diplomas today. Those strolls across the stage are the latest step in educational journeys that began many years ago with their parents and families.
"Learning how to make a science fair project great" is the topic of a workshop to be held at Barnes and Noble Booksellers at 530 S. 24th St. on Jan. 15 at 11 a.m. The workshop is free to students of all ages and is part of the 24th annual Billings Clinic Research Center's Science Expo program.