The Moorestown Friends School 18th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition (S.E.E.) took place on Thursday, April 21. Students in Grades 5 – 12 showcased more than 200 displays of science learning for students, faculty, staff, and families..
- Electrically wired model houses and a K’Nex car challenge (Grade 5 – Physical Science)
- A city of earthquake-resistant buildings designed and built by students, where a 7.0 magnitude earthquake was recreated to test how the buildings withstand the shaking (Grade 6 – Earth & Space Science)
- An oversized Periodic Table of the Elements to learn about the materials in everyday objects (Grade 7 – Physical Science)
- A tour of the insides of the eyes, ears, nose, and more (Grade 8 – Anatomy & Physiology)
- The rare pygmy Pitch Pine fire in the Pine Barrens (Grade 9 – Ecology)
- The ways evolutions shaped the world around us (Grade 9 – Evolution)
- The pros and cons of bringing back the wooly mammoth (Grade 9 – Genetics)
- How to improve your favorite recipe for pumpkin bread with leaving agents (Chemistry I)
- Light, motion, and sound effects in the home-like setting of Arduino controlled miniature displays (Physics I)
- Mixing and matching fruits and veggies to optimize your protein intake (Nutrition)
- Is smiling contagious? How does fear change you? Are childproof lids really childproof? SEE the research. (Psychology)
- Suggestions for improvements in the MFS environment as a step towards improving the Earth. (Environmental Science)
- A rubber band car competition (Physics)
- How does the sun bleach your hair? Does hydration production a better athletic performance? Why does physical therapy help joint repair? (Anatomy and Physiology)
S.E.E. was held in the Red Gym, the Field House Gym, and the Practice Gym at MFS.