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Goodbye Interns!

August 2011

The hard work, the satisfaction of a job well done, spending long hours trying to print the poster to the right size....

These are the things that were going through our esteemed undergraduate, high-school, and educator researchers as they prepared for PPPL’s annual wrap-up to the summer: the Poster Session.  Presenting a poster is a rewarding, collaborative and exciting part of being a scientist.  Not only do you get to brag about what you’ve been working on, you also have the opportunity to talk to other interested individuals and garner ideas about what to do next. 

Congressman Rush Holt stopped by to congratulate the researchers. To read more about our student interns, check out this article. (Hat tip: Trenton Times)

Photo credit: Elle Starkman

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