Students spend summer at Fla. university STEM camp

07/17/2013 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

Fruit flies, DNA and space exploration are three topics on the agenda at the University of South Florida's STEM Research for Scholars program. Twenty-one students were chosen to participate in the four-week overnight camp. "The future of this country is going to depend on these bright kids," professor Manoug Manougian said, adding, "If we don't pay attention to them, we're missing out on an important segment of our society."

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