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Through the Headwaters Science Centers Gifted Program, Bemidji Middle School students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades experienced a day of chemistry experiments. Bemidji State University adjunct professor of chemistry Carol Seibold worked with the staff and students to develop a curriculum. Sixth graders Alexis Konecne, left, and Abby Hanson conduct a series of density tests Friday afternoon to determine which colored liquid is the heaviest. Pioneer Photo/ Monte Draper

Middle School students learn about chemistry at Headwaters Science Center

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Through the Headwaters Science Centers Gifted Program, Bemidji Middle School students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades experienced a day of chemistry experiments. Bemidji State University adjunct professor of chemistry Carol Seibold worked with the staff and students to develop a curriculum.

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