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Teaching with plant science tools

August 22, 2022 at 8:00 pm | Updated August 25, 2022 at 7:00 pm | 12 min read

 Kim Collins and her team at Northport High School have been utilizing the CI-710s SpectraVue Leaf Spectrometer to lend a modern, data-driven approach to students’ research projects. In this interview, we dive into how this technology-forward curriculum is empowering the next generation of plant science researchers and explore two unique student-led projects using Spectravue.

Dr. Shinsuke Agehara and his team at University of Florida
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