Brandon Spurling, left, Kale Langley and Jacob Gambrell attach electrodes to the antennae of a cockroach as they study neuron and synapses in Jim Marlowe's Advanced Placement Biology class at Boyd-Buchanan on Friday.
Brandon Spurling, left, Kale Langley and Jacob Gambrell attach electrodes to the antennae of a cockroach as they study neuron and synapses in Jim Marlowe's Advanced Placement Biology class at Boyd-Buchanan on Friday.
Photo by Tim Barber .
published Friday, March 15th, 2013
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