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Students give high marks to biotechnology courses

Scituate High sophomores Devon Flynn and Sarah Markham use a micropipette. Scituate High sophomores Devon Flynn and Sarah Markham use a micropipette. (Tom Herde for The Boston Globe)
By L. E. Crowley
Globe Correspondent / May 28, 2009

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Diane Provenzano greets her class of budding scientists as they enter the Norwell High School biotechnology laboratory with: "OK, everyone, it's time to slop." (Full article: 1027 words)

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