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Cooper Dudgeon, 12, works on his project “Ooblecks? What are Those?” at Mars Area Centennial School's Science Fair on Wednesday. The substance gets its name from the Dr. Seuss book, “Bartholomew and the Oobleck.” An Oobleck is a mixture that can behave like a solid Neyine or a liquid depending on how much pressure is applied to it.
Ainsley Bissett (center) talks to a judge about her project, “Balloon Blow,” with Kara Rocco.
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