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STEM Students Research Chattahoochee River
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Thursday, March 01, 2018
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Emory University graduate students and LSHS Biomed students have teamed up in a unique way.  They are conducting innovative research to determine how water currents affect bacterial growth and industrial contaminants in the Chattahoochee River.  Diana Moore, LSHS Biomed Instructor, and Dr. Alessandro Veneziani, Associate Professor of Math and Computer Science at Emory University, collaborated to find the source of pollution in the Chattahoochee River. Ms. Moore's students collected valuable data samples and Dr. Veneziana's students utilized the computer to focus the synthesis of data. Read more in"Academic Bridge Over Georgia Water".  See additional photos on LSHS Facebook.

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