Purdue program allows students with disabilities to do lab research
July 1, 2013
Just after 9:30 a.m. on a Thursday morning, a monogastric nutrition laboratory at Purdue University buzzed with activity. All around, work was being done on various research projects.
Near the middle of the lab was Zach Mason. Already a few weeks into working in the lab, Mason moved just as nimbly as his colleagues.
But when it was time to record the red digital number that appeared on the bomb calorimeter, Mason leaned his face as close as he could to the screen to read it.Read Full Story