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    Idaho’s STEM program reaches over a hundred local youth through new summer camps [Image 4 of 13]

    Idaho’s STEM program reaches over a hundred local youth through new summer camps

    BOISE, ID, UNITED STATES

    06.28.2022

    Photo by Crystal Farris 

    Idaho Army National Guard

    Students from the YMCA in Nampa, traveled to Gowen Field on June 28 as part STARBASE-Idaho’s forensic science camp, where they explored how to solve imaginary crimes, including the study of human anatomy and how to make bite mark impressions, as well as the study of forensic entomology and fingerprinting. They also toured the Idaho National Guard’s 101st Civil Support Team and some of the unit’s equipment used to detect and identify hazardous materials and weapons of mass destruction.

    More than 170 Idaho students from five different schools and agencies participated in STARBASE-Idaho summer camps this summer as the program expanded from a single camp for children of Idaho National Guardsmen to eight camps with three specially designed themes.

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    Date Taken: 06.28.2022
    Date Posted: 07.16.2022 12:49
    Photo ID: 7319902
    VIRIN: 220628-O-BS547-507
    Resolution: 2700x4046
    Size: 5.53 MB
    Location: BOISE, ID, US 

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