“When we develop cavities between teeth, sometimes we have to go through the tooth, and we end up damaging healthy tooth structure. This new system allows us to skip the drilling and helps us preserve that structure,” said Augusto Robles, DDS, assistant professor and director of the operative dentistry curriculum.
Students and parents choose from a variety of weeklong camps that explore everything from physical science, basics of the human body, and outdoor camps where students learn about plants, animals and the environment.
Students spend a week discovering the secrets of metals, ceramics, plastics and composites.
PhysicsBridge provides area eighth-grade graduates with an exciting experience in optics, lasers and light by conducting hands-on experiments.
The camps provide an excellent opportunity to experience hands-on science!
Summer Science Institute is a multisummer research experience for high school students interested in learning what it is like to do “real” science.
The camp promotes students’ interest in and knowledge of chemistry by introducing them to principles, methods, applications, and experiments used in chemistry research laboratories.