Today was the fourth annual White House Science Fair, which means that 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is currently crawling with baby geniuses, all ready to show off their very impressive research and inventions. This year's event happened to be particularly special in that, while co-ed, it was particularly directed at girls in science.
Getty has released a whole slew of photos and — unsurprisingly — they're all very inspiring. Gaze upon the faces of tomorrow's top female engineers!
President Obama talks to Deidre Carrillo who, at only 18, is a part of a team that's designed and built its own electric vehicle.
John Moore and Lydia Wolfe of Chicago demonstrate their robot design.
NYC-based teen Elena Simon explains her cancer research project.
As for the tiara-wearing Girl Scouts at the top, that's Troop 2612, winners of the Junior FIRST Lego League Challenge. They're working on developing a flood-proof bridge.
All images via Getty.