What happens when you take kids from the Real Madrid Foundation Social Sports School in Cordoba, Spain ... add in a visit to our state-of-the-art nutrition R&D center in nearby Granada ... on World Children's Day ... and sprinkle in some inspirational discussions about dreaming big? You get a group of tween scientists learning about their own health and thinking about their future. Scientifically speaking, it looks like this: Observe: Daylong field trip to a nutrition science lab for 10- to 14-year-olds. Question: What's it like to explore the science of nutrition? Hypothesis: Maybe I could be a scientist someday. Experiment: To learn how important nutrition is for good health. Collect data: From you, your mates and leaders. And share goals. Analyze: In fact, I absolutely could be a scientist someday. Conclusion: It was cool. And if I don't become a scientist, I could be an engineer, or own a business or, really, anything I imagine. And so that's what happened over the weekend in Spain.