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MU science lab at library focuses on muscles and how they work

Gohn, CassieAssistant Professor of Biology Cassandra Gohn and students from Manchester University will host a multi-station science lab between 10 a.m. and noon Saturday, Feb. 25 at the North Manchester Public Library, 405 N. Market St. 

The lab is primarily for children, but teens and adults are also welcome. It is free. Participants may drop in at any time during the lab.

The lab will feature the muscular system and offer participants the opportunity to learn about their muscles and the muscular system.

The science lab is an outreach of Manchester University and the Indiana Physiological Society.

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February 2023