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  • BBF Scholars Science Workshop for Girls

    Over 100 middle school girls from across NC participate Saturday, August 1st, 2015 in the 3rd annual Brilliant and Beautiful Foundation Scholars Science Workshop for Girls at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation on NC State's Centennial campus. The 6th-8th grade girls explored three different biotechnology futures in hands-on workshops (DNA extraction plus virology and microbiology experiments) in one hour sessions to stimulate their interest in a possible biotechnology or other science career.

Over 100 middle school girls from across NC participate Saturday, August 1st, 2015 in the 3rd annual Brilliant and Beautiful Foundation Scholars Science Workshop for Girls at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation on NC State's Centennial campus. The 6th-8th grade girls explored three different biotechnology futures in hands-on workshops (DNA extraction plus virology and microbiology experiments) in one hour sessions to stimulate their interest in a possible biotechnology or other science career. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
Over 100 middle school girls from across NC participate Saturday, August 1st, 2015 in the 3rd annual Brilliant and Beautiful Foundation Scholars Science Workshop for Girls at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation on NC State's Centennial campus. The 6th-8th grade girls explored three different biotechnology futures in hands-on workshops (DNA extraction plus virology and microbiology experiments) in one hour sessions to stimulate their interest in a possible biotechnology or other science career. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

SMART girls could become future scientists

August 01, 2015 3:50 PM