Photo: Girls get hands-on with science at summer camp

KENNY KEMP | Gazette-Mail
Adeline Queen (left), 11, gives a high five to the robotic arm that 12-year-old Jayda Boyd made Monday at the Girls’ Science Summer Camp at the Clay Center. The week-long camp exposes girls to the world of science. Students will be experimenting with algae, studying their own genes and create moving sculptures and recreate the human digestive system.

The Girls’ Science Summer Camp kicked off Monday at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences in Charleston. The camp, which runs from July 17 to July 21, allows girls to get hands-on experience in the sciences. The students will experiment with algae, study their own genes and create sculptures of the human digestive system with the help of Discovery Leaders.

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