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From left: Samantha Saksagiak, Natasha Healey and Samira Kohlmeister. Here we see Ms. Healey, a Memorial student who works with the CLEAR Lab, showing youth how to identify microplastics found on the surface of the water during her “Babylegs” module.

From left: Samantha Saksagiak, Natasha Healey and Samira Kohlmeister. Here we see Ms. Healey, a Memorial student who works with the CLEAR Lab, showing youth how to identify microplastics found on the surface of the water during her “Babylegs” module.

From left: Samantha Saksagiak, Natasha Healey and Samira Kohlmeister. Here we see Ms. Healey, a Memorial student who works with the CLEAR Lab, showing youth how to identify microplastics found on the surface of the water during her “Babylegs” module.


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