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Over the last two years, ten-year-old Ava Musci has raised over two-thousand dollars to support pediatric cancer research through her lemonade stand. [...]

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Samaia Goodrich, a sixth-grader, was the first student from the City of Syracuse to receive the Prudential Spirit of Community Award in its 24-year history. Samaia started a number of community service initiatives over the years, but one of her most recent projects included helping refugees from Puerto Rico who were relocated to central New York after Hurricane Maria. [...]

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On the season finale of SciTech Now: We’ve all heard of plastic pollution in the pacific, but it’s close to us too! We’ll tell you which animal you should be worried about at the beach. Hint: It’s not sharks. And It’s VR in the ER! Virtual reality isn’t just for video games anymore. We’ll take you on a wild ride that’s open to everyone. [...]

Ava Musci

Over the last two years, ten-year-old Ava Musci has raised over two-thousand dollars to support pediatric cancer research through her lemonade stand. [...]

Samaia Goodrich

Samaia Goodrich, a sixth-grader, was the first student from the City of Syracuse to receive the Prudential Spirit of Community Award in its 24-year history. Samaia started a number of community service initiatives over the years, but one of her most recent projects included helping refugees from Puerto Rico who were relocated to central New York after Hurricane Maria. [...]

SciTech Now

On the season finale of SciTech Now: We’ve all heard of plastic pollution in the pacific, but it’s close to us too! We’ll tell you which animal you should be worried about at the beach. Hint: It’s not sharks. And It’s VR in the ER! Virtual reality isn’t just for video games anymore. We’ll take you on a wild ride that’s open to everyone. [...]

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