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Science returns to the Capitol Hill spotlight at March 24 exhibition
Date:3/16/2009

mentary Educators, Christine Cunningham, National Center for Technological Literacy at Museum of Science, Boston

  • Northwestern University, Diagnostics of the 21st Century, Thomas J. Meade

  • Population Association of America & Association of Population Centers, The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Study Overview and Research Topics, Narayan Sastry, University of Michigan

  • Princeton University, Mapping the Earth's Interior, Jeroen Tromp

  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Applications of Dynamical Systems, Konstantin Mischaikow, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

  • Society for Research in Child Development, How and Why Does Parenting Change When Children Turn into Teenagers, Robert D. Laird, University of New Orleans

  • University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), High Flying HIPPO: Pole-to-Pole Climate Missions, Laura Curtis and Cindy Schmidt

  • University of California, Davis, Photons for Life, UC Davis Center for Biophotonics Science & Technology, Dennis L. Matthews, UC Davis School of Medicine

  • University of California, Irvine, The UC Irvine Center for Solar Energy, Lori Greene, UC Irvine Office of Research

  • University of California, Los Angeles, UC Center for Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology (UC CEIN), Yoram Cohen and David Avery, UC Los Angeles UC CEIN

  • University of Michigan, Bendable Concrete, Victor Li

  • University of Pittsburgh, The Brain and Education, Julie Fiez

  • University of Pittsburgh, The City as Learning Lab, Kevin Crowley

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Synchrotron Radiation Center -- Wisconsin Free-Electron Laser, Joseph Bisognano


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