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Published on Apr 30, 2014
As a freshman, Stephen Salvador never thought he'd be working with real world samples in a college laboratory. He's getting that opportunity at the University of Illinois Springfield. For five weeks, students got hands-on experience working with various types of rock ore to extract the chemical element copper. The students treated the experiment as if they were running a copper mining operation.