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Fishing for Future Scientists

October 26, 2009

The U.S. economy is largely based on science and engineering industries. But some experts say many schools don't have the tools to produce the quality scientists our economy needs. A doctor at Mayo Clinic is trying to change that. He's bringing teachers and students into his lab so they can work together to develop new curriculum. And this new line of study is all based on a tiny creature called the zebra fish.