Six Woodbury High School students finished in the top 30 of the Minnesota Brain Bee, a neuroscience competition. These students competed at the U of M on Wednesday, February 10. Congratulations to Michelle Mao, who placed third in the state. The first place winner will go on to the international competition in Baltimore.
The International Brain Bee is a Q & A competition about neuroscience for high school students. The best young brains are quizzed about the brain and how it relates to intelligence, memory, emotions, sensations, movement, stress, aging, sleep and brain disorders (such as addiction, Alzheimer's disease, and stroke).
Congratulations to WHS students Michelle Mao, David Li, Felix Oh, Emma Lai, Bailey Anderson, and Drew Bennett!
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