A First Glimpse
Students wait with anticipation as the curtain is dropped for the first time to reveal exhibits competitors worked with engineers to bring to life.
Hard Work Pays Off
Students from Olathe North High School react when they see their exhibit in real life for the first time.
Cooper and Greg Try Out the New Exhibit
Olathe North High School student Cooper Yerby takes the water exhibit for a test drive with Burns and McDonnell CEO Greg Graves.
Taking a Turn Inside Every Last Drop
Olathe North students experience their exhibit, Every Last Drop, for the first time in Science City.
Hands in the Sand
Olathe North student Cooper Yerby plays with one of the elements of his team's exhibit at Science City.
Olathe North High School Team
Olathe North High School's 'Every Last Drop' team, one of two groups of finalists who won the 'Battle of the Brains' competition.
Genetics: Unlock the Code
The 'Genetics: Unlock the Code' exhibit brought to life by engineers, thought up by students from Leawood Elementary School.
DNA Dance Off
Leawood Elementary students who developed the idea for the 'Genetics: Unlock the Code' exhibit test out their DNA Dance Off feature.
Dance Off Continues
Students from Leawood Elementary enjoy testing their new exhibit at Union Station's Science City.
Students from Olathe North High School and Leawood Elementary see their exhibit ideas brought to life at Union Station's Science City after ten months of working with engineers at Burns and McDonnell in Kansas City, Missouri.