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Cornell Laboratory for Atomic and Solid State Physics

Natasha Holmes's Research Shows that Lab Activity doesn't Correlate with Brain Activity

“Although one may think that labs are inherently active, our research shows that in traditional labs students may be active with their hands but they’re not really active with their brains,” says Holmes. “Following rote procedures to get a proscribed outcome at the end isn’t doing a whole lot.”

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