white house science fair

Winners of National Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest for Public Schools Selected to Participate in the 2016 White House Science Fair

Teams of students who created a solar-powered charging station for electric cars and prosthetic enhancements for veterans invited to showcase prototypes at sixth and final science fair of Obama Administration
Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 13, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Two of the five National Winners of the 2016 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest will present their projects at the sixth and final White House Science Fair, hosted by President Barack Obama, today.

Ohio Invention Convention Student Attends 5th Annual White House Science Fair

TWC Makes It Possible for 12-Year Old Inventor Mackenzie Dix to Meet the President

Water shortages. Agricultural stability. Affordable technology. Inventors strive every day to identify problems like these and to solve them elegantly. But who really has the solutions to these problems? The answer may not come from a world-renowned laboratory, but from a middle school student living next door to you.

Cisco Employees To Be Among 1 Million STEM Mentors By 2020


By Sandra Wheatley

Cisco’s Patrick Finn, Senior Vice President, Public Sector, joined U.S. President Barack Obama and 9 other leading U.S. technology companies and education nonprofits to launch US2020 at the White House Science Fair.

US2020 is an all-hands-on-deck initiative that aims to connect more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals to students from kindergarten through college.

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