CRREL Science and Technology Symposium showcases future scientists’ contributions
HANOVER, N.H. (August 11, 2017) – Jack Heller, Hartford High School, Vt. graduate and Cadet Captain in the Lebanon, N.H. Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol points out details of “Contact Angle Goniometry of Hydrophobic Materials” during the annual Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab’s Science and Technology Symposium at the lab. Eighteen other presenters also shared their summer science contributions. “The symposium is the capstone event of our student and post-graduate program. It’s a true privilege to be able to help merge fresh, talented minds with CRREL mentors and help develop our nation’s next generation of scientists,” said event coordinator Linda Castro. CRREL is one of seven labs of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center.

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