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Two young scientists watch as a marker’s ink is separated into its components in a procedure called chromatography after a presentation hosted by MIT’s Marerials Science and Engineering Department last Saturday, May 10, in Kresge Auditorium. The department presented on ‘Materials with Magical Properties’ and conducted on-stage demonstrations in which elementary, middle and high school students could volunteer.

Two young scientists watch as a marker’s ink is separated into its components in a procedure called chromatography after a presentation hosted by MIT’s Marerials Science and Engineering Department last Saturday, May 10, in Kresge Auditorium. The department presented on ‘Materials with Magical Properties’ and conducted on-stage demonstrations in which elementary, middle and high school students could volunteer.