Bowling ball science at Coast Guard Academy

Jason Hicks, 15, flanked by classmates from Craig Boucher's Principles of Engineering class at the Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut, from left, Russell Crumley, 16, Meena Vaswani, 15, and Ronald Melgarejo, 17, tests the buoyancy of a bowling ball in the tow tank lab at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London. The students tried a number of experiments in the lab Tuesday and also tested a series of popsicle stick bridges in the academy's structural engineering lab during their visit.
Jason Hicks, 15, flanked by classmates from Craig Boucher's Principles of Engineering class at the Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut, from left, Russell Crumley, 16, Meena Vaswani, 15, and Ronald Melgarejo, 17, tests the buoyancy of a bowling ball in the tow tank lab at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London. The students tried a number of experiments in the lab Tuesday and also tested a series of popsicle stick bridges in the academy's structural engineering lab during their visit. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

Jason Hicks, 15, flanked by classmates from Craig Boucher's Principles of Engineering class at the Science and Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut, from left, Russell Crumley, 16, Meena Vaswani, 15, and Ronald Melgarejo, 17, tests the buoyancy of a bowling ball in the tow tank lab at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London. The students tried a number of experiments in the lab Tuesday and also tested a series of popsicle stick bridges in the academy's structural engineering lab during their visit.

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