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‘SharkFinder’ Brings Science Excitement to Classroomsi
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June Soh
August 06, 2014 10:15 PM
Science is advanced by professional researchers and scientists. Yet, many believe that average citizens - including school children - can make contributions to scientific advancement. Two dedicated citizen scientists created a program called SharkFinder, to bring the excitement of scientific discovery to classrooms. Their efforts were recently recognized by the White House. VOA’s June Soh has more in this report narrated by Mary Alice Salinas.

‘SharkFinder’ Brings Science Excitement to Classrooms

June Soh

Published August 06, 2014

Science is advanced by professional researchers and scientists. Yet, many believe that average citizens - including school children - can make contributions to scientific advancement. Two dedicated citizen scientists created a program called SharkFinder, to bring the excitement of scientific discovery to classrooms. Their efforts were recently recognized by the White House. VOA’s June Soh has more in this report narrated by Mary Alice Salinas.


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