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June 16th, 2004
Teachers conduct space research this summer at New UCF Institute
When 11 high school and middle school teachers return to their classrooms this fall, they'll be able to show their students what it's like to research rocket fuels, nanotechnology and cooling techniques for engines. The teachers from six Central Florida counties are conducting space research for eight weeks with professors and graduate students from the University of Central Florida's Department of Mechanical, Materials & Aerospace Engineering. The teachers will then develop models, DVDs or other teaching tools they can use to share their research with their students.
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