RPI Ambassadors share science know-how

Two students and a teacher roll a ball down a curved track

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Fifth-graders at New Scotland Elementary School got science lessons Thursday from RPI Ambassadors, volunteer undergraduate engineering students who crossed the Hudson to impart their knowledge of the science behind sports, clean water and roller coasters.

New Scotland learned of physics, biomechanics, pH balance, centrifugal force and much, much more. Thank you, RPI Ambassadors!

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