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Science in practice at Hampshire Regional Middle School 

  • Hundreds turned out last week to view the annual Hampshire Regional Middle School science fair in the gymnasium. At left, Igor Goretskiy and Josandra Slattery of Huntington view a project called "Turbine Power" by Hampshire Regional eighth-grader Lindsay Abel. Moving air powers the windmill, which provides current to charge a AA battery. The battery, in turn, is used to power the model train below.<br/>Science in practice<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Hundreds turned out last week to view the annual Hampshire Regional Middle School science fair in the gymnasium. At left, Igor Goretskiy and Josandra Slattery of Huntington view a project called "Turbine Power" by Hampshire Regional eighth-grader Lindsay Abel. Moving air powers the windmill, which provides current to charge a AA battery. The battery, in turn, is used to power the model train below.
    Science in practice
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  • Hundreds turned out last week to view the annual Hampshire Regional Middle School science fair in the gymnasium. At left, Igor Goretskiy and Josandra Slattery of Huntington view a project called "Turbine Power" by Hampshire Regional eighth-grader Lindsay Abel. Moving air powers the windmill, which provides current to charge a AA battery. The battery, in turn, is used to power the model train below.<br/>Science in practice<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
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