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Young women tackle science camp challenges

 

  



 

 


The WSU Spokane will offer its second summer CityLab science camp for young women July 19-23. The intermediate camp will introduce biotechnology to returning campers. During the week, participants will spend half their time in the biotech lab and the other half learning to market their product by placing it online. Parents should register their children by July 9.




(Photo above, from June CityLab, includes Annika Benedetto, Rebecca Wolf, l-r.)


CityLab camps are $135 for the week. Some scholarships are available for those needing financial assistance. For more information, contact Glynis Hull, 358-7638 or ghull@wsu.edu, or visit the WSU Spokane CityLab Web site at
http://www.spokanecitylab.wsu.edu. More information also is available at http://www.spokane.wsu.edu/summercamps and http://www.spokanecitylab.wsu.edu.

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