A love of science added up to laptops, a rollicking party and
promising future career goals for students honored Wednesday along with
their teachers at the Museum of Science and Industry. The latest 19
science achievers participated in the CASE program in high school and
are now heading to college. CASE, the Center for the Advancement of
Science Education at the museum, gives students and teachers access to
experiments and technology such as 3-D printers that they wouldn't find
at most schools.