Governors School for Science and Math Students experience college level research
Sixty-eight rising seniors from the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM), along with select non-GSSM students from other public, private or home school settings, are spending six weeks conducting college-level research alongside professional scientists and innovators in labs and businesses across South Carolina.
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