As part of Hawaiian’s dedicated community engagement program, Carlisle Primary School students were invited to test out their skills as a medical researcher at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. 

The two hour session saw the year five and six students put on their medical researcher caps, or rather lab coats, as they explored the technology and techniques used to discover new findings and leads.

Putting their young minds to the test, students were given the task to differentiate samples of diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Undergoing a series of tasks and techniques to help uncover various characteristics of each, students were able to identify the samples with flying colours.

If you would like to be part of Hawaiian’s community engagement program, visit Hawaiian.com.au/community and apply to win.

 

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