Ribbons were awarded to top entries as the 25th annual Fort Atkinson Regional Science Fair took place Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Hoard Historical Museum. A total of 60 entries were submitted by students from the Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, Cambridge Johnson Creek, Lake Mills, Milton, Whitewater and Palmyra-Eagle school districts. Awards were given in various divisions for students in grades K-12. Also, science fair attendees voted on three honors including Most Practical, Most Creative and People's Choice. Dr. Christopher Veldkamp, an associate professor in the chemistry department at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, offered the keynote address with a presentation on how research on fluorescent jellyfish and fireflies has led to some success in fighting cancer. Visit www.dailyunion.com for more photos and a story on the 2015 Fort Atkinson Regional Science Fair.

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