February 2018 Issue of Science in the News

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Science in the News shares exciting stories that highlight recent advancements in science, engineering, and technology. February’s cover story features a 7th grade student from Colorado who invented a device to help test the safety of drinking water. Students will be inspired by this young engineer’s incredible achievement as they also learn why lead is dangerous to drink and how it gets into the water supply. Students will also enjoy stories about space science and life science.

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