Emily Crawley

Brenham High School sophomore Emily Crawley collects data on her tomato plants grown in Martian soil. Her project has landed her a spot at the Texas Junior Science and Humanities Symposium this spring.

An out-of-this-world science project has landed sophomore Emily Crawley of Brenham High School a prestigious spot at the Texas Junior Science and Humanities Symposium this spring.

The Texas Junior Science and Humanities Symposium promotes original research and experimentation in the sciences, engineering and mathematics at the high school level and publicly recognizes students for their contributions. Crawley learned about the program last spring after competing at the International Science Fair. She will be the only student from BHS attending at the end of January.

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