Ed Leung, a science teacher at Bloomington High School, helps Levi Sneddon, 7, move strawberry DNA from his test tube into a cup for him to take home. Mad Science Camp is one of six weekly camps, part of the Children’s Discovery University summer camp series hosted at the Children’s Discovery Museum. The campers are split into two groups, one for 3- to 5-year-olds and another for 6- to 8-year-olds. The older age group learn how to do precision-based experiments, like baking soda rockets and chromatography experiments, and each day builds on the last. “Science camp is always based on getting kids to do experiments they’ve never done before,” said Doug Donaldson, program director at the Children’s Discovery Museum. Leung donated his time to bring advanced science to a level that’s understandable for kids. On the last day of science camp, the older group conducted a strawberry DNA extraction experiment. They first learned about DNA as codes that make up all living organisms, from humans to plants. After extracting the strawberry DNA, the campers took it home to show their parents.