Baltimore, MD--BioEYES, the K-12 science education program headquartered at  Carnegie's Department of Embryology, was recognized with four other organizations by the General Motors Foundation, at the GM Baltimore Operations plant where they make transmissions. The BioEYES group was honored for their environmental education program, “Your Watershed, Your Backyard, a middle school learning experience that teaches students about stream ecology.GM has the most energy-efficient plants of any corporation in the world, for which they have won distinctions. BioEYE's Valerie Butler is second from left in the photo.

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