Taos students in D.C. for national science conference

Taos, science competition, Taos Middle School

TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – Some students from Taos are in Washington, D.C., taking part in a national science conference.

The team of four middle school students from Taos Middle School have already won $12,000 for their work creating a biofilter to remove antibiotics from water.

They have now made it to the finals and could win another $25,000.

The science competition encourages students to tackle real world problems and create solutions using science, math and engineering.

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