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Brainy lessons

  • Tyler Sullivan,14 of Easthampton , looks at Zebrafish in a petri dish in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school. The students are  studying Zebrafish with Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish.<br/>

    Tyler Sullivan,14 of Easthampton , looks at Zebrafish in a petri dish in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school. The students are studying Zebrafish with Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish.
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  • Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish talks to Students in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school Friday morning.

    Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish talks to Students in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school Friday morning. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Tyler Sullivan,14 of Easthampton , looks at Zebrafish in a petri dish in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school. The students are  studying Zebrafish with Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish.<br/>
  • Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using Zebrafish talks to Students in Jan de Ubl's science class at White Brook middle school Friday morning.

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Above, Tyler Sullivan, 14, of Easthampton, looks at Zebrafish in a petri dish in Jan de Ubl’s science class at White Brook Middle School in Easthampton. Students are studying Zebrafish with Michael Barresi, an assistant professor at Smith College who studies brain development using the fish. Barresi is shown at left.

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