After an exciting afternoon of building speakers with UF's Audio Engineering Society, the student participants gather together for a group picture.
Our students construct and test out each others miniature obstacle courses that were made with materials they found while geocaching with UF’s Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering Club.
Students are fascinated by the biomedical innovations they discovered in Dr. Yong Huang's Advanced Manufacturing and System Integration Laboratory.
Students eagerly pipette genetic material they had prepared earlier in the lab into e-gels for electrophoresis.
A student uses a centrifuge to conduct a PCR in an activity for constructing morphological and molecular phylogenies lead by Mr. Jacob Landis from the Soltis Lab.
Students observe the plants that they later worked with to construct morphological and molecular phylogenies with Mr. Jacob Landis in the Soltis Lab.
Student participants look for organisms in a transect at the Natural Area Teaching Laboratory.
Our participants march off to their next activity under the guidance of a researcher in Dr. Mark Clark's lab.
A student plunges her arm into the waters at the Stormwater Ecological Enhancement Project at the Natural Area Teaching Lab to explore the field of wetlands ecology.
Student participants learn more about wetlands ecology while listening to a lesson conducted by a researcher from Dr. Mark Clark's lab.
Students explore phylogenetics as they create a colorful chart at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex in the Soltis Lab.
After geocaching to find the materials they needed, student participants teamed up to build and test out each others' obstacle courses.
Student participants have fun testing out obstacle courses they constructed under the instruction of some of the UF's Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering Club.
In the laboratory of Dr. David Wei, students explore the fields of chemistry and nanotechnology with a number of hands-on activities.
After a great week of exploring various STEM fields on UF's campus, students wrap up the week pose with one last picture in front of Beaty.
Student descend into the bat caves to explore the field of Hydrogeology with Mr. Steve Everett.
Students wade waist deep into the waters at the SEEP at the Natural Area Teaching Laboratory to explore the ecosystem and learn about fieldwork.
Students conduct a hands-on experiment in a laboratory setting under the guidance of Dr. David Wei and his graduate student researchers.
Student participants get their hands dirty playing with and learning about soils.
Our student participants are not only made of genetic material, but they are also photogenic as shown by this image encapsulating a great memory of their experiences at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
Students learn essential skills, including pipetting in the laboratory setting with the Soltis Lab researchers at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
A student climbs out of the "womb room" within the bat cave during a hydrogeology field day.
Students and chaperones wonder what awaits them as they head down into the bat cave.
Before their great experience exploring and crawling through the many fun rooms in the bat cave, the students caved in and let us take a picture of them.
A student participant and graduate student researcher examine the organisms they found at the Natural Area Teaching Lab.
The students are fascinated with the organisms shown to them at the Natural Area Teaching Laboratory.
A student tests out the speakers he just engineered using a cup, batteries, and some wire.
Student participants show off the beautiful phylogenetic tree that they created in the lab under the instruction of Mr. Jacob Landis and Soltis Lab researchers.
A student works hard on her phylogenetic tree in the lab.
Mr. Jacob Landis walks a student participant through the process of constructing a morphological and molecular phylogeny.
Students pipette genetic material into their e-gels for the process of electrophoresis.
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