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Higher education in the science lab

Program puts $40,000 worth of Tufts gear into local schools

High school teachers Amanda Tsoi and Rocco Cieri learned howto use newchemistry equipment. High school teachers Amanda Tsoi and Rocco Cieri learned howto use newchemistry equipment. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By June Q. Wu
Globe Correspondent / September 11, 2010

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A strand of saliva, a plate of edamame, and a DNA amplifier — three key ingredients Boston area high school students will need to trace their maternal ancestry and detect genetic modification in food this fall. (Full article: 620 words)

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