Two from Palo Verde High were selected to participate in the program.
Questions include exhaust power, a dense tree and a new roof for old mobile home.
Rocket scientists took the top awards at the 2014 Engineering Design Day this week at the University of Arizona.
Never too soon to get ready for college
A Palo Verde Magnet High School teacher has been honored as the 2014 Southern Arizona Educator of the Year.
Tucson Unified School District schools will highlight science and technology programs at the Sci-Tech Festival at Children’s Museum Tucson Saturday.
Throwing flying discs into targets seems like all fun and games.
Michael Sargent,owner and president of Sargent Research, invented the Flexy, a money clip made of carbon fiber that also opens beer bottles. It was funded through Kickstarter.
Jeans, brew pubs, food trucks, even an inflatable planetarium. Poke around Kickstarter, and you'll find some pretty unusual stuff - often someone's dream. Many right here in our own backyard.
Flexy was fully funded on Kickstarter. The money allowed the clips to be manufactured at a consumer-friendly price.
Kyle Bronsdon's vision is to convert his trailer into a studio/office and a mobile music venue with a piano, mini bar, bartender and bistro tables with room for 12 to 15 fans.
Jade Beall, right, directs Chris and Loren Aguilar during a photo shoot for Beall's book "A Beautiful Body," which will feature unretouched photos of mothers.
Jade Beall, whose Kickstarter project is a book of photographs intended to redefine what society considers beautiful, photographs Chris Aguilar and her daughter, Loren, 21.
Insulation lies on the floor inside the 1946 Spartan Manor trailer that Kyle Bronsdon is converting into a mobile piano bar.
The money clip and bottle opener invented by Michael Sargent is made from rolls of carbon fiber.
Michael Sargent opens a bottle with a Flexy.
Musician Kyle Bronsdon is converting his trailer into a mobile piano bar. He's sunk about $12,000 into the project.His effort to raise an additional $7,500 on Kickstarter fell short.
More than 300 University of Arizona students showed off engineering technologies - ranging from a new missile sensor system to an automated, fast-cooling beer dispenser - Tuesday at the UA's Engineering Design Day.
What do missiles think about as they're flying through the air?