Amanda Zatorsky, left, from the Society of Woman, helps Nickolas McCormick, center, and his sister Mackenzie McCormick, make a battery with zinc, copper, and potatoes for a potato clock at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. The museum was hosting Innovation & Engineering Weekend, two days of technology, green solutions, and interactive activities, Saturday, Feb., 21, 2015.
Amanda Zatorsky, left, from the Society of Woman, helps Nickolas McCormick, center, and his sister Mackenzie McCormick, make a battery with zinc, copper, and potatoes for a potato clock at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. The museum was hosting Innovation & Engineering Weekend, two days of technology, green solutions, and interactive activities, Saturday, Feb., 21, 2015. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Amanda Zatorsky, left, from the Society of Woman, helps Nickolas McCormick, center, and his sister Mackenzie McCormick, make a battery with zinc, copper, and potatoes for a potato clock at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. The museum was hosting Innovation & Engineering Weekend, two days of technology, green solutions, and interactive activities, Saturday, Feb., 21, 2015. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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