King Science Center gets $20K in technology as contest prize for fish poop project

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Posted: Saturday, December 14, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 2:34 pm, Tue Aug 12, 2014.

An agricultural system that uses fish waste to grow plants in water netted King Science and Technology Magnet Center the state title in a national education challenge sponsored by electronics giant Samsung.

The school beat out more than 120 others in Nebraska to become the state winner in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow contest, which seeks to raise interest in science, technology, engineering and math or STEM education. To qualify, student groups must find solutions to problems in their communities using STEM learning.

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