Ventura County Science Fair

Hundreds of students from all over Ventura County participated in the annual Ventura County Science Fair at the Ventura County Fairgrounds on April 1. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers TESTING - Naleah Ray, 12, right, a sixth grader at Mountain View Elementary in Simi Valley, tests her project on the voltage of produce while Athena Cruz-Albrecht, 12, a student at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park, watches during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Naleah Ray, 12, right, a sixth grader at Mountain View Elementary in Simi Valley, tests her project on the voltage of produce while Athena Cruz-Albrecht, 12, a student at Medea Creek Middle School in Oak Park, watches during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Judges Gerald Stutts, left, and Alfred Differ look over students work in the junior physics category during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Judges Gerald Stutts, left, and Alfred Differ look over students work in the junior physics category during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Dr. Bruce Bach, center, of Amgen, talks to St. Bonaventure High students Anthony Janckila, left, Jessica Gomez, 15, Kalie Miller, 16, about their project during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Dr. Bruce Bach, center, of Amgen, talks to St. Bonaventure High students Anthony Janckila, left, Jessica Gomez, 15, Kalie Miller, 16, about their project during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Environmental scientist Patrick Movlay, right, of the California Association of Professional Scientists, presents Vincent Lok, a junior at Thousand Oaks High School, with the science achievement award during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Environmental scientist Patrick Movlay, right, of the California Association of Professional Scientists, presents Vincent Lok, a junior at Thousand Oaks High School, with the science achievement award during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Thousand Oaks High students Nikhil Arova, 16, left, and Jeremy Libang, 17, talk to judges about their project, The Effect of Atrazine on the Respiration Rate of Brine Shrimp, during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Thousand Oaks High students Nikhil Arova, 16, left, and Jeremy Libang, 17, talk to judges about their project, The Effect of Atrazine on the Respiration Rate of Brine Shrimp, during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Ethan McGregor, 13, left, from Mesa Verde Middle School in Moorpark, talks to Medea Creek Middle School students Spencer Driggs, 12, Samantha Dickman, 12, and Ross Gelick, 13, about his project on a wind powered car during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Ethan McGregor, 13, left, from Mesa Verde Middle School in Moorpark, talks to Medea Creek Middle School students Spencer Driggs, 12, Samantha Dickman, 12, and Ross Gelick, 13, about his project on a wind powered car during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Noe Villanueva, left, and his daughter, Ceci, 10, a fifth grader at University Preparation School in Camarillo, look at a homemade hovercraft during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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Noe Villanueva, left, and his daughter, Ceci, 10, a fifth grader at University Preparation School in Camarillo, look at a homemade hovercraft during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

H:EDITORIALPhotos4 April 2015MC-04-02-15 MC 161 VC Science Fair MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers READING - Quinton Rinehart, 13, left, and William Gonzalez, 14, eighth graders at Los Cerritos Middle School in Thousand Oaks, take a break to read during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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READING – Quinton Rinehart, 13, left, and William Gonzalez, 14, eighth graders at Los Cerritos Middle School in Thousand Oaks, take a break to read during the Ventura County Science Fair in Ventura on April 1.

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