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Welcome back to a new school year!
Science Strikes Back is gearing up for 2020!
When: Wednesday February 5th, 2020 
Science Strikes Back was a hit this year! We had almost 200 attendees this year, similar to our previous years. We also doubled the amount of judges who participated. Based on your feedback, 94% of attendees said they learned something new. All these successes would not be possible without the support of the community members, organizers, attendees, participants and sponsors involved. Thank You! 
Check out the pictures from this year's event in our gallery.
Stay tuned for information on Science Strikes Back 2020!
Congratulations to our category winners!
Science: Aquaponics
Technology: Tree & Ground Temperature
Engineering: Sick Sleeve
Art: Color Changing
Math: Native vs. Non-Native Plant and Soil Temperature
Weird! Urine for a Treat
Grand Prize Water-Themed project: Virtual Water Table
This event is free and open to the public. Entry cost for a project is $25. Stay tuned for Science Strikes Back 2020 updates.
Science Strikes Back aims to encourage community members in Milwaukee to critically analyze environmental issues and solve problems in their communities. Through the development of collaborative relationships between students, educators, and content specialists from locally-based organizations, Science Strikes Back will produce a strong network in Milwaukee for continued environmental education and natural resource stewardship
Location: Escuela Verde
                3628 W Pierce St
                Milwaukee, WI 53215 

Apply now to participate with an original project. See our scoring rubric to learn how judges will measure entries. 

The Virtual Water Table was a hit among students and adults. Attendees learned about watersheds and contouring as they moved the colorful sand around the table.

Alba presents her project on clouds in both English and Spanish to share with her community what she learned. 

Participating organizations: