09 Feb Kansas City students take lunchbox invention to White House Science Fair
More than 100 students from 45 states attended the second White House Science Fair Tuesday. The winners of science, technology, engineering and math competitions exhibited more than 30 projects. Isis Thompson, 12, and Ma’Kese Wesley, 11, and their robotics team came up with a lunchbox that uses UV-light to sanitize food. They study at the African Centered Education Campus in Kansas City, Mo.