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September 24th, 2004

Summer Research Allows High Schoolers to Make a Big Difference

Abstract:
Doing scientific research with University of California, Riverside professors was an unexpected highlight for six high school students whose essays about why they wanted to do research were selected during this summer’s Frontiers in Nanotechnology program.

The summer program, in its second year at UCR, ended on July 2 for all but six of 35 area high school students – and the experience for these six changed their views about college and what research is really about. The seven professors involved in the program were also very impressed by the focus and intelligence of the high school students.

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