Young Innovators Go 'Green' On A Smaller Scale

Roughly 200 middle school students in New Mexico are designing and building hydrogen-powered model cars as part of the Albuquerque School District's annual Resource Stability program. These young innovators are using items such as wood, compact discs, and Legos to build their "green" model vehicles.

Roughly 200 middle school students in New Mexico are designing and building hydrogen-powered model cars as part of the Albuquerque School District's annual Resource Stability program. These young innovators are using items such as wood, compact discs, and Legos to build their "green" model vehicles.

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