2012 Middle School Science Bowl finalists for the academic portion were:
2012 Middle School Science Bowl finalists for the Hands-on-Hydrogen portion were:
James Fenton, Florida Solar Energy Center's director, addresses the middle school teams before the competition begins. See more photos of the event.
The Florida regional event is a fast-paced question and answer contest during which students answer questions about earth science, physical science, life science, math, energy, and general science.
The first, second and third place teams receive trophies and ribbons.
The members and mentor from the top science bowl team receive an
all expense paid trip to compete in the National Science Bowl in