Monday is the second day of the symposium. Students will be touring the university's research labs and participate in hands-on scien

STORRS- 3/18/13- UConn hosted 272 science students from 45 high schools across the state at the CT Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Sunday and Monday. On Monday afternoon the students broke up into groups of 12 and visited science labs around campus to take part in some hands-on lab work. In photo, the track of a sea slug in a petri dish is tracked with a pen as it makes it's way to different types of food during an experiment in the Symbiosis Biology Lab in the Torrey Life Sciences building. STEPHEN DUNN|
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