The ICE-T (Integrating Computational & Experimental Technologies) project teaches students the computer coding language and experimental techniques required to examine the physiology, biochemistry and voltage potential of microbial fuel cells (MFC) made from river sediment. There are two phases to the ICE-T project; phase one concentrates on teaching the Python coding language while the second phase of the project concentrates on the science behind MFCs and how to construct them. Using biosensors and the programming skills learned in phase 1, students collect and analyze data from the MFC and then formulate a hypothesis on how to increase its voltage output. Students will then present their projects at the annual Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science competition. ICE-T is for high school students (grades 9-12).