Perri Furnei, a fifth-grader from Arnn Elementary School, project titled "From Milk to Stone," hypothesizes the Casein protein in milk samples mixed with acid can hardening to the point of stone. Perri presented her experiment during the school's annual science fair April 17 held inside the school's gymnasium.  (U.S. Army photos by Candateshia Pafford)

Arnn students showcase their projects at annual science fair

CAMP ZAMA, Japan (April 24, 2015) -- Students from Arnn Elementary School presented their science projects and inventions to Soldiers from the 78th Signal Battalion during the school's annual science fair April 17 held inside the school's......READ MORE





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