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Students heed call of science

Students test their skills in a forensics competition during the Rhode Island Science Olympiad at Rhode Island College on March 31. Approximately 600 middle and high school students representing 45 local schools participated. Events included laboratory activities in chemistry, anatomy, forensics and water quality and engineering tasks such as student-built, mousetrap-powered vehicles that were timed on a track. More

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Students heed call of science

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Students test their skills in a forensics competition during the Rhode Island Science Olympiad at Rhode Island College on March 31. Approximately 600 middle and high school students representing 45 local schools participated. Events included laboratory activities in chemistry, anatomy, forensics and water quality and engineering tasks such as student-built, mousetrap-powered vehicles that were timed on a track.

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