Before today, Jacoby Johnson didnít know what conductors were, he said.
Now he understands how a conductor was used to convert light into mechanical energy thanks to a field trip for about 200 students from Mitchell Math and Science Elementary Schoolís third through sixth grades, who visited the College to learn about geology, physics and astronomy and biology through hands-on experiments lead by professors.
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