NYC students study with professional scientists

06/10/2013 | WNYC-AM/FM (New York Public Radio)

The Science Research Mentoring Program, which matches underrepresented minority students in New York City with professional scientists for an after-school program, recently graduated its latest class of students. The students who have spent the past two years conducting research at the American Museum of Natural History recently presented their projects on topics ranging from molecular evolution to astrophysics.

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