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An Endeavor in Progress

Lucas Dollar, left, uses his hand to judge temperature in front of a solar cooking project as team members Caleb Turner, center, and Chad Barrett arrange to hang a beaker of water in the heat.

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Lucas Dollar, left, uses his hand to judge temperature in front of a solar cooking project as team members Caleb Turner, center, and Chad Barrett arrange to hang a beaker of water in the heat.



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Madeleine Morgan, right, explains temperature measurements gathered in a thermal mass project by her and Avery Cardosi to District 21 Chief Financial Officer Ronald Anderson. The project monitored temperatures in miniature rooms with windows insulated and provided with various substances to test heat absorbtion.

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Tim Tibbets, left, answers questions regarding a biodiesel project featuring a diesel Datsun pickup running on fuel created by his project team from used restaurant cooking oil. Looking on are team members Jesse Schacht, Sierra Renard and Mitchell Waters.

— Who knew there were so many ways to generate power? From biodiesel to solar cookers to a salad spinner generator, the fruits of an educational experiment were on display during Project Endeavor’s Research and Development Expo...

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