Student scientists are taking over the White House today for the third annual White House Science Fair, and if it's anything like last year's marshmallow cannon spectacular, we're in for some incredible displays of scientific excellence from the country's future STEM leaders.
This year, projects include a watercolor painting robot, algae as biofuel, and a 3D-printed robotic arm. These aren't your average homemade volcano experiments. Watch live coverage from the event as Bill Nye and LeVar Burton interview entrants about their projects.
In fact, the day's technology focus even prompted the White House to join in on the looping video sensation, Vine, with its first upload being an ode to science that you can watch after the jump.