Students engage in a hands-on activity to learn more about stem cell research and applications.
Our student participants listen intently to Dr. Ray Moseley as he speaks to them about medical ethics.
The students pose for a silly picture after a great day of tubing on the Itchetucknee River.
Students smile and pose for a group photo after tubing.
Our students present on their chosen research topic, pheromones.
Students stare into the 120 feet deep cavity at Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park as they learn more about the park.
Students learn about Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park from Mr. Steve Everett.
A student cooks the apple cinnamon mixture that creates the foundation for a delicious apple-less mock apple pie.
Two student participants work on the buttery cracker crust and topping for their mock apple pie.
Students pose for a picture after a visit to the Microkelvin Lab.
Students learn more about careers in physics as they walk though the Microkelvin Lab led by Dr. Naoto Masuhara.
Students are fascinated by the information and sights they took in while visiting the HiPerGator Supercomputer.
Student participants explore the different rooms at the HiPerGator Supercomputer.
Students intently listen to Dr. Charles Taylor as he guides them on a tour through the HiPerGator Supercomputer.
Students run tests using genetic material derived from various plants at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
Our student participants take a quick break from lab tests at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex to pose for a picture.
Participants talk to a student researcher from the Soltis Lab to solve a genetic mystery and find the culprit of a crime.
Our participants are hard at work examining the characteristics of the plants from the Soltis Lab.
Students make and observe their observation of plant characteristics under the guidance of Mr. Jacob Landis and researchers for the Soltis Lab.
A student checks out an exhibit at the New Physics Building.
A student participant tries out a sound exhibit at the New Physics Building.
Students are drawn toward the plasma ball exhibit at the New Physics Building.
Participants observe a demonstration during the Physics is Fun! Seminar.
Students learn how to use a micropipettor during a neuroscience laboratory visit.
Students get together to take a group photo on a lovely day at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Students gather together for a group picture after an exciting tour at the Microkelvin Lab.
Students learn about physics at very cold temperatures at the Microkelvin Laboratory.
Students gather for a picture after a day of caving and swimming at Blue Springs.
A student participant interacts with the plasma ball exhibit at the New Physics Building.
Students relax after tubing down the Ichetucknee River.
Our student participants are excited and eager to tube as they ride over to the Ichetucknee River.
A student enjoys a sunny day on the river as he drifts along the current of the Ichetucknee.
Participants relax on the Ichetucknee River after a week chock full activities and learning.
Participants pause to capture their experience in the bat cave during field day with Mr. Steve Everett.
Participants certainly do not mind getting their hands dirty as they crawl through the various rooms within the bat cave.
Student participants have no idea what fun awaits them as they descend into the bat cave.
Our student participants partake in a bus ride around campus, a quintessential experience for a college student.
A student hones his micropipetting skills in the Soltis Lab at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
Students discuss the solution to a genetics mystery in the Soltis Lab at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
A student hones her micropipetting skills in the Soltis Lab at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
Students pause to pose for a picture while solving a genetics mystery in the Soltis Lab at the Cancer and Genetics Research Complex.
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