Using Science to Solve Real-World Problems

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Through the use of spectrometers and cell phones, chemistry students in Marysusan Noll’s class at North Babylon High School are working to accurately solve real-world problems. A spectrometer is an instrument used to measure properties of light over a specific portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.

“Truly, Ms. Noll is looking to harness the power of personal computing and teach design and experimentation,” stated high school principal Jonathan Klomp regarding Ms. Noll’s students’ projects.