Posted Apr. 11, 2016 at 1:12 p.m.

Premium Lock Bayer digs in to educate NC students on ag biotech

Published: 2016-04-11 13:12:13
Updated: 2016-04-11 13:12:13

Trying out "Sticky Icky" Helena Elementary 5th graders experiment with “Sticky Icky” to learn more about polymers. The students participated in the hands-on experiment as part of the Bayer Making Science Make Sense at the Bayer headquarters in RTP, where students also learned about concepts like pollination and pH. (Bayer photo)

Bayer hosted more than 160 fifth graders and high school students from central North Carolina last week in RTP with students touring facilities, talking with Bayer staff and participating in hands-on exercises demonstrating how new crop seeds and ag chemicals move from an idea in someone's mind to a product used in a farmer's field....

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