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Adventures in STEM

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SLIMY FUN — Sandia Carlsbad technologists Joshua Minster, left, and Grace Castle made Oobleck, a slime-like material to teach children basic chemistry and about non-Newtonian fluids. The demonstration was part of Passport to Adventure, an event that offered STEM and reading activities to participants.
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TEACHING WITH CANDY — Hydrologists Mahawa-Essa Mabossani Akara, left, and Ryan Steele modeled the rock cycle with candy to teach children about geology during Passport to Adventure.