Created 16-Jul-13
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George S. Romney Building blanketed in a winter snow.George S. Romney BuildingChemistry instructor Les Manner and lab students.Kendall Peck instructs Janelle Mackowiak and Britanee Walton in a Chemistry 105 Lab on how to calculate volume & density of various substances.Bro. Atkinson with students in photo lab in the Romney Photo Lab.Geology Lab instructor Mark Lovell with students Rebekah Wood and Jason Dayley preparing the lab standards for ion chromatograph analyses.Geology Lab instructor Mark Lovell with students analyzing data.Geology Lab instructor Mark Lovell with students Rebekah Wood and Jason Dayley preparing the lab standards for ion chromatograph analyses.Nicole Rider, Jon Schmidt and Ryan Ronson work together on a Structural Geology Lab assignment: Analog modeling of thrust faults and compression.Geology Exhibit in the George S. Romney Building.Science Lab in the George S. Romney Building.Chemical Storage Room in the George S. Romney BuildingGeorge S. Romney BuildingThe George S. Romney Building at BYU-Idaho houses the Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Photography Departments.The George S. Romney Building at BYU-Idaho houses the Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Photography Departments.The BYU-Idaho Physics Department Planetarium housed in the George S. Romney Building.  BYU-Idaho Photo by Michael LewisThe BYU-Idaho Physics Department Planetarium housed in the George S. Romney Building.  BYU-Idaho Photo by Michael LewisThe BYU-Idaho Physics Department Planetarium housed in the George S. Romney Building.  BYU-Idaho Photo by Michael LewisThe BYU-Idaho Physics Department Planetarium housed in the George S. Romney Building.  BYU-Idaho Photo by Michael LewisStudent studying physics in the George S. Romney Building

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