This is a new collaboration.
This collaboration’s activities range from telescopic observations of asteroids in our solar system to the analysis of the absorption of supernovae radiation by distant galaxies.
This collaboration brings the study of zebrafish embryonic development to local schools. Anita Beebe (Notre Dame, BioEYES Educator) collaborates with 70 area K-12 teachers to bring the week-long BioEYES activity to 180 classrooms (4000 students).
This collaboration studies cytoskeletal proteins that interact with microtubules and membranes within living cells.
This collaboration is preparing for data collection at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2009. They have been studying computer-simulated collisions in the Compact Muon Solenoid detector to determine the search criteria for very rarely produced particles.
This collaboration has been combining Wii remotes, Bluetooth communication devices and Vex Robotics kits to design and build robots that can survey and navigate landscapes.
This collaboration investigates the protection of wellheads and the interaction of people with their environment.
This collaboration simulates, designs, assembles and images structures at the nanometer scale.
Ho-Wen, Chen. "Female Zebrafish-01_Worth $200 US dollars." _December 05, 2007 posted. Quoted from http://www.flickr.com/photos/chenhowen/2088749055.