Hi-Line Living: Science
Chem magic and diesel fuel
Havre Daily News/Jake Shane
Montana State University-Northern held a series of science classes for children throughout this week and last to teach them some of the scientific principles they use to research alternative fuels and also some reactionary chemistry.
Though similar programs as these have been held at the tribal colleges at Rocky Boy's and Fort Belknap Indian reservations, this is the first year Northern was able to host them in Havre.
There were classes available for multiple age groups from 6 to 18. The younger kids took the "Chem Magic" classes, in which they conducted chemistry experiments, and...
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