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"Waving" hello to Arlington elementary school

 Image Credit: Photos reproduced with permission of J.V. Porto.

JQI Fellow and NIST scientist Trey Porto demonstrates the wave properties of sound and light for 5th graders.  Credit: Photos reproduced with permission of J.V. Porto.

On March 30, 2012 JQI Fellow and NIST scientist Trey Porto visited Arlington Science Focus Elementary School. He demonstrated the wave properties of sound and light for 5th graders. This school specializes in teaching science through inquiry-based learning. For more information on this school click here.

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