University of Florida undergraduate researchers travel to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL to partake in the 2015 Florida Undergraduate Research Conference
Christopher Sebastiano Jr., a fourth-year undergraduate student, explains his research on heterocyclic chemistry to other undergraduate students in Florida, on Day 2 of the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference.
Do not miss out next year, when the Center for Undergraduate Research travels to the 2016 Florida Undergraduate Research Conference in Tampa, FL hosted by the University of Tampa!
CURBS members teach elementary and middle school students about non-newtonian fluids at the Engineering Fair
Many of the visiting elementary and middle school students from surrounding counties loved the dancing non-newtonian fluid, which was simply a mixture of corn starch and water. Science is cool at all ages.
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