This school-year's physics fair, held on the 22nd and 23rd of December, was the upmost definition of a success. The event was hosted by students from grades 7 through 12 and took place in Dar Jana's Heraa campus. Considering this was the second time the school hosts this event, there certainly was noticeable improvement thanks to all who participated from both students and teachers.
Unlike what you might expect from an average science exposition, this fair's projects were not limited to the simplicity of the classic volcano or potato battery. In fact, there were countless remarkable projects that left passersby in awe such as the Eco-Friend, the robotic arm, and Dr. Obama Wattson 2K14. Besides the actual projects, other highlights of the event included the hologram projection on the entrance and the Dexter photo booth.
Altogether, this year's physics fair was informative, creative, and entertaining. But this is just the beginning, and hopefully, there will be more fairs like this to come. What do you think next year's will be like?
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