If you’ve wondered what we do during the Nuclear Medicine and Science Summer Camp at FSU’s Panama City campus, here is your chance to find out.

If you’re one of my regular readers, you know about the Nuclear Medicine and Science Camp (NMSC) for middle and high school students held during the last two summers at FSU’s Panama City campus.

Thanks to FSU-PC’s STEM Institute, you can now get a better look at the activities in which the campers engage.

The Institute has posted a web site describing the activities, including a list of the equipment needed to perform them.

The NMSC web site is linked from the STEM Institute’s main page.

The camp was held in July of both 2018 and 2019 and was funded by a grant to the CENTAUR consortium (which includes FSU) from the National Nuclear Security Administration. The grant continues for another three years.

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