Scientists for a day

2012-10-14T05:15:00Z Scientists for a dayLarry Hardy/T&D The Times and Democrat
October 14, 2012 5:15 am  • 

Felton Laboratory School seventh-graders, from left, Georgiana Goodwin, Meagan Greene and Alana McCants construct barriers to contain a micro-sized robot to simulate an oil spill cleanup device. The experiment was a part of the 4-H National Science Experiment Eco-Bot Challenge. The event encouraged students across the nation to become scientists for the day. Students used various surface control designs and the Eco-Bot’s features to determine the most effective cleanup solution for the simulated oil spill.

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  1. truthorjustice
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    truthorjustice - October 14, 2012 9:25 am
    Great job.




    Hope my style is satisfactory.
  2. pedingsgang
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    pedingsgang - October 14, 2012 8:28 am
    Cool!
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