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Brian Pfiel, a senior at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, explains solar energy concentration during an event Tuesday at TEC-SMART in Malta.
Brian Pfiel, a senior at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, explains solar energy concentration during an event Tuesday at TEC-SMART in Malta.
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Brian Pfeil wants to generate electricity without causing global warming, while Zach Gamello sees nanotechnology being used to diagnose diseases. The two high school seniors are among 110 students from across the Capital Region enrolled for half-days in the Early College High School program at TEC-SMART, Hudson Valley Community College’s energy and technology training facility in Malta. Both had exhibits about ideas they’d helped create on display Tuesday in the TEC-SMART lobby, part of an ...

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