C-I students attend STEM Summit

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Karlee Scofield, 14, holds a bulletproof vest.

Karlee Scofield, 14, holds a bulletproof vest.

Megan Lymes, 14, (left), watches her classmates Sam Meinecke, 14, and Izabel Larsen, 14, (right), demonstrate how far telephone wires have progressed with new technology.

Megan Lymes, 14, (left), watches her classmates Sam Meinecke, 14, and Izabel Larsen, 14, (right), demonstrate how far telephone wires have progressed with new technology.

Eighth-grade students Corey Greeninger (left) and Cody Goodlin learn how electricity affects the muscles in the body from Allina Health professional Candace Pella during the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Summit held March 14 at the Cambridge Community Center and Anoka Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus.

Eighth-grade students Corey Greeninger (left) and Cody Goodlin learn how electricity affects the muscles in the body from Allina Health professional Candace Pella during the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Summit held March 14 at the Cambridge Community Center and Anoka Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus.

Students learned about different professions while at the summit. This one was about nursing assistants.

Students learned about different professions while at the summit. This one was about nursing assistants.

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Amy Hosch, 13, tests out some night vision binoculars.

Amy Hosch, 13, tests out some night vision binoculars.

Chee Vang, 14, puts his hands under a light to see where germs like to congregate. The students put an orange liquid on their hands, washed them, then inspected their hands under the light.

Chee Vang, 14, puts his hands under a light to see where germs like to congregate. The students put an orange liquid on their hands, washed them, then inspected their hands under the light.

Chee Vang, 14, puts his hands under a light to see where germs like to congregate. The students put an orange liquid on their hands, washed them, then inspected their hands under the light.

Chee Vang, 14, puts his hands under a light to see where germs like to congregate. The students put an orange liquid on their hands, washed them, then inspected their hands under the light.

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