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Dr. David Green (far left), a chemistry and astronomy professor at Pepperdine University, concludes his Feb. 12 demonstration as part of Webster Elementary School’s Science Night. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Ten-year-old Jaslene Gonzalez (left) studies trays of owl and horses’ waste with Pepperdine student Sydney Jones. The experiment taught children how to identify carnivores, herbivores and omnivores based on what they have consumed and digested.
Sofia Monzon (right) looks on as Zachary Eisen puts glitter in a cup as part of a slime experiment at Webster’s Science Night last week.
Pepperdine students lead Webster Science Night attendees as they impersonate blood cells in the heart during a “How Does the Blood Flow” experiment.
Staff Report
4:17 am PST February 21, 2019
Staff and students from Pepperdine University trekked down the road to Webster Elementary School Feb. 12 to share scientific knowledge and experiments with an excited, young audience.