"Hands-On Optics" Tackles Science Illiteracy

Jason Briggs

In response to rising concern about science illiteracy in the United States, OSA and SPIE have launched a new program, “Hands-On Optics,” which targets middle school students. It is designed to inspire an interest in technology by bringing optics-related activities into after-school and other extracurricular science programs.

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"Hands-On Optics" Tackles Science Illiteracy

Jason Briggs

In response to rising concern about science illiteracy in the United States, OSA and SPIE have launched a new program, “Hands-On Optics,” which targets middle school students. It is designed to inspire an interest in technology by bringing optics-related activities into after-school and other extracurricular science programs.

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Publish Date: 01 October 2004


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