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‘CSI Syracuse’ at Jr. Cafe Scientifique
‘CSI Syracuse’ at Jr. Cafe ScientifiqueMay 22, 2006SU News ServicesSUnews@syr.edu
Above: Chemistry graduate student Anna Fedor assists a young forensic scientist at “CSI Syracuse,” the May 20 meeting of Jr. Cafe Scientifique at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology.
Chemistry professor Karin Ruhlandt-Senge and several chemistry grad students set up a “crime scene” and taught participants to dust for fingerprints, isolate DNA, and analyze samples of hair, paper, handwriting and ink to solve the case.
Jr. Cafe Scientifique meets once a month to give middle and high school students an opportunity to learn about and discuss the latest news and developments in the sciences. The meetings are sponsored by the Technology Alliance of Central New York.