Two young girls have dominated this year’s Niwa Auckland City Science and Technology Fair. Aimee Zang and Rena Liu from Epsom Girls Grammar won the Niwa Premier Gold Award for the best exhibit with their project entitled Tenocyte Regeneration. The pair were competing against about 250 students from 23 schools around Auckland. Emily Danesh-Meyer from Diocesan School for Girls received the runner-up prize for her project A Fishy Business. Aden Borlase Mills from Ponsonby Intermediate was awarded the Niwa Auckland prize for the best exhibit in atmospheric and water science. Prizes were awarded for scientific research projects including excellence in biology, best use of statistical data, best entomology and the opportunity to be a scientist for a day. Go to scifair.org.nz for more information.