Lydia Guy, 12, uses a digital micropipette for an experiment testing different blood types. The activity was part of Science in the Summer, which held free camps for kids at the Johnston County Public Library.
Lydia Guy, 12, uses a digital micropipette for an experiment testing different blood types. The activity was part of Science in the Summer, which held free camps for kids at the Johnston County Public Library. pseligson@newsobserver.com
Lydia Guy, 12, uses a digital micropipette for an experiment testing different blood types. The activity was part of Science in the Summer, which held free camps for kids at the Johnston County Public Library. pseligson@newsobserver.com

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