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Marshfield students present research in San Diego

8:33 PM, May 12, 2014
Members of Marshfield High School's SMART team. The group recently traveled to San Diego to present a research project in conjunction with the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation.
Members of Marshfield High School's SMART team. The group recently traveled to San Diego to present a research project in conjunction with the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation.
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For the past year, a group of nine students at Marshfield High School have been attempting to digest complex scientific journal articles usually read by those in graduate school.

They've been doing it as members of the school's Students Modeling a Research Topic, or SMART, team. Last month, they presented their completed project at a research conference in San Diego studying a protein mutation that makes people more susceptible to certain diseases, while decreasing their risk to others.

"It definitely gives you an insight into how science is developed," said Alex Babinski, one of the team ...

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