Learning About the Brain at University of Scranton

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SCRANTON -- Newswatch 16 stopped by the NEPA Kids Judge Neuroscience Fair held at the University of Scranton Saturday.

Kids in grades four through seven learned how the brain works by participating in hands-on experiments made by neuroscience students at the university.

The kicker, those students are judged by the kids.

It was the 14th year for the event in Scranton.

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