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Tucson High Magnet School participants, from left, Alicia Duran, Jonah Trujillo, Fernando Najera, and Kerstin Moyer with MESA adviser Sheila Marquez. The team placed third in the overall competition.
James Harrison of Desert Shadows Middle School demonstrates how his team's prosthetic arm works at a national competition in Oregon.
Desert Shadows Middle School participants, from left, Juan Pablo Rodriguez, James Harrison, Coral Dober and Samantta Garcia.
Two teams from Southern Arizona schools earned awards at a national engineering contest for their prosthetic-arm designs, created from materials including cardboard, wood, magnets and a flip-flop.
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