A group of George Mason University students shared a once in a lifetime experience in the summer of 2010, tackling real world physics questions at one of the world’s most famous science facilities, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. In this episode of Innovators, the students and their mentor, Phil Rubin, share the benefits of field experience, and the effect it can have on a student scientist. Innovators features NSF funded scientists, engineers, mathematicians and educators whose innovations are helping to create opportunities for the future. Video by Valene Marshall, NSF - see the onscreen video credits for more information. Visit Science360- The Knowledge Network for more cool science videos. science360.gov/files/

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