Posted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Students Learn the How and Why of CSI
Fourth and fifth grade students had the opportunity to probe the mysteries of fingerprints, blood drops, hair analysis, DNA, bones a variety of clues that might be found by CSI investigator during a summer camp at Roper Mountain Science Center. The week-long activities included a visit to a real crime lab. Pictured, students had the opportunity to dust for fingerprints and analyze blood drops from different heights. Summer camps continue for students in grades 4K through 12. Contact Roper Mountain Science Center at 355-8900 or www.ropermountain.org.