Lisa Bendel, a fifth-grade teacher at Edward Best Elementary School in Louisburg, explains how mucus travels through the body at a STEM family night. The event is funded through a partnership between the schools and Franklin County biotech company Novozymes.
Lisa Bendel, a fifth-grade teacher at Edward Best Elementary School in Louisburg, explains how mucus travels through the body at a STEM family night. The event is funded through a partnership between the schools and Franklin County biotech company Novozymes. mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Lisa Bendel, a fifth-grade teacher at Edward Best Elementary School in Louisburg, explains how mucus travels through the body at a STEM family night. The event is funded through a partnership between the schools and Franklin County biotech company Novozymes. mhankerson@newsobserver.com

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