Posted: May 21, 2013 9:52 AM
Updated: May 21, 2013 9:54 AM
GALLATIN GATEWAY - If you're going to do experiments on very small objects, you need special equipment. In this week's One Class at a Time, KBZK and First Interstate Bank help one Gallatin Gateway classroom with some of that equipment so students can see the nano-world.
Elizabeth Matthews class received $250 to use for lab equipment for nano-science studies.
"It's for the nano-science experiments for this class. This check will be going towards more activities and more labs so we get more materials so we can look at the nano-scale. Because, right now, we've been using a lot of things that we haven't purchased that we use and I can bring in from home," Matthews said.