How do you feed 9 Billion people? New media series explores the challenge of feeding the world.
Future scientists communicate research through new media. Howard Hughes Medical Institute sponsors innovative biomedical education using social media for public outreach.
Hughes Scholars do public health outreach in Plain communities. Students do biomedical research in Mennonite and Amish communities and learn leadership skills.
Graduate students do innovative training in neutron scattering research. Hands-on interdisciplinary projects combine international research and training at minority serving institutions.
Graduate students bring research into elementary school classrooms. Scientists partner with elementary teachers to engage kids in hands-on science.
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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