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Scientists use interactive shows to draw youngsters

FOXBOROUGH — Having experienced her share of major storms, including the Blizzard of 2013 earlier this month, 16-year-old Erin Lynch says she wants to be an atmospheric scientist when she grows up.

“I like the idea of studying something that’s abstract and not everyone completely understands it yet,” said the high school student from Easton, who says her favorite subject is science. “In the future I want to help to create better prediction and preparation for these dangerous storms.”

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