GeekWire: Grad Student ‘Ambassadors’ Offer Free Clean-Energy Lessons And DIY Solar Kits To K-12 Students

In a normal spring, dozens of University of Washington graduate students in science would be ramping up their visits to Seattle-area schools to teach K-12 kids all about energy, including solar power, batteries and smart grids.

The kids “actually get to see science in action,” said UW chemistry professor David Ginger. “They realize that it’s not just a dry textbook thing, that it’s living and breathing.”

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