Hughes Scholars do public health outreach in Plain communities. Students do biomedical research in Mennonite and Amish communities and learn leadership skills.
Franklin and Marshall College expands Bioinformatics program. Project funds undergraduate research, new courses and faculty, and teacher training.
Nanotechnology for kids! Young children discover the biological wonders of things that are “too small to see” through a traveling museum exhibition.
Future scientists communicate research through new media. Howard Hughes Medical Institute sponsors innovative biomedical education using social media for public outreach.
NSF pilot program sponsors travel for international research. IREP offered graduate students international experience conducting research in advanced technology.
Cornell University hands-on nanotechnology exhibition makes the “invisible” visible. Edu advised on national nano awareness, high-energy design, and audience impact.
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