Posters at the Capital is a prestigious event that gives high school students engaged in novel scientific research an opportunity to showcase their projects, network with other students engaged in similar work, and discuss the importance of scientific research in the secondary education setting.
Laila Cook and Allison Wells presenting their work with rapid Staphylococcus aureus tests.
Kyra LaRue and John Nelson presenting their work on metabolic syndrome.
Allison Waddle and Jenessa Sroufe presenting their work on epigenetics.
Bennie Costa, Shiloh Norris and Gage Chansler sharing their work focused on better designed student desks with Pulaski County High School teacher John Franklin.