It Happened at School: On January 22, WGMS students in Maggie Barrett’s science classes tested the effects of e-cigarette vapor on living cells using a kit developed and provided by Cornell University researchers.
The module, which was developed by Cornell, allows students to apply science in a real-world scenario in order to educate them on dangers of vaping. Students compared untreated cells, to cells treated with e-cigarette vapor and unsmoked vape liquid to see the impact on cell viability, motility, and overall shape over time. Here’s more info: Cornell develops educational toolkit for testing e-cigarettes
To view some of the media coverage of this experiment, just click on the links below: