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School visits to Dalhousie science labs a hit for students and teachers
This past February 40 grade five students from Sacred Heart School had the chance to experiment with physics thanks to the Atlantic Science Links Association (ASLA), a registered outreach charity headquartered at Dalhousie. The visit was just one of many organized regularly by ASLA.
Professors, scientists and engineers do all the presentations so students and teachers are exposed to a high level of scientific knowledge,” says Rajaselvam. “When students meet someone at the forefront of research, it can show them that a career in science is exciting.”
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