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Undergraduate students from Washington University in St. Louis gathered Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 at the Taylor Community Science Resource Center to lead a study session for middle and high school students preparing for the 2016 St. Louis Area Brain Bee, a competition for high school students that tests knowledge in neuroscience. The competition will be held on WUSTL's Danforth Campus Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, with the winner and a chaperone to be sent to the US national Brain Bee. Dr. Erik Herzog, Professor of Biology, organizes the event. St. Joseph's Academy students Mary OBrien (left), Grace Seiter, Grace Western complete a worksheet during the study session.

Photo by Sid Hastings / WUSTL Photos
1.11.2016--Heather Essig, Darwin Days Fellow--
Students from left:
Hannah Hart,
Natalie Halloran,
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