Feds Spend $224,999 on ‘Clean Water’ Video Game – Washington Free Beacon

Posted on July 17, 2017

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The National Institutes of Health is spending over $200,000 on a video game about clean water.

The computer game will help children “right the environmental wrongs” of a fictional town. A grant for the project was awarded last month to Meadowlark Science and Education, a company that makes STEM video games in Missoula, Mont.

Source: Feds Spend $224,999 on ‘Clean Water’ Video Game – Washington Free Beacon

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