YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — The Youngstown State University STEM College showed off its some of its best students Saturday.
Among the student research projects on display is the Chem-E-Car, a small car powered by a chemical energy source.
Another group of students showed off a Baja car they built from scratch and competed with recently in Alabama.
“We had a suspension and traction event. We had a maneuverability event. acceleration. Just kind of see the strong points of everybody’s car and see who does the best,” said Matthew Harold, of New Waterford.
The Baja team placed second this year, out of a field of more than 100 from around the world.
Over $1,000 in scholarship money was given away to prospective YSU STEM students who attended the event and filled out a survey.