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Madison Middle School student, Eliza Miller, helps by collecting objects found in the water out of Tates Creek on Friday morning. Madison Middle and Eastern Kentucky University’s honors program students joined together as part of the National Science Foundation-funded “SEEing Science Together” project. College and middle school students have worked together on field, laboratory and service-learning activities while monitoring project sites. They also collected, recorded, analyzed and publicized data via course-developed websites.

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