Summer camp exposes Aboriginal students to science

Get ready to swab your cheek. Some students at TRU's Aboriginal Science and Health Sciences Summer Camp got to try out some real-life experiments.

TRU's Aboriginal Science and Health Sciences Summer Camp continues to get more participants.

Joanna Urban teaching students how to create a bacterial slide. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

Aboriginal high school students have a chance to try out some hands-on science this week in Kamloops. They are attending the Science and Health Sciences Summer camp at Thompson Rivers University  This year, the annual camp is bigger than ever and has brought in students from around B.C. Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell stopped by the camp. She talked with participants as they worked on a microbiology lab.

Students at the Science and Health Sciences Summer camp at Thompson Rivers University. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)
Tatyana Daniels is the coordinator of the Science and Health Sciences Summer camp at Thompson Rivers University and a science student at TRU. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

To hear the audio, click the link: Summer camp exposes Aboriginal students to science 

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