Summer science research sizzles at Fredonia

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student working with faculty member in lab

Alberto Gonzalez uses zebrafish to learn more about human hearing in the lab of Dr. Jonathan Kniss (left).

SUNY Fredonia student scientists were hard at work during the summer on projects with faculty.

To read about their efforts and activities, go to Roger Coda's Exposure piece online.

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