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Research Currents: A Year in Review

Research Currents 2015

In this issue:

  • As Dams Age, Study Examines Their Future
  • Massive Wind Tunnel Propels Defense, Aerospace Research
  • New Technology Can Prevent Roof Collapses Nationwide
  • Creative Computing Challenge Gets High School Students Excited About App Design
  • Survey Says New England Surfers Are Stewards of the Environment
  • ...and more!

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Research Currents 2014

In this issue:

  • Do You Trust Scientists About the Environment?
  • High-Tech Submersible Sensors Will Help Town Reduce Water Pollution
  • Mobilizing Volunteers: The Power of 70 Partners
  • Can Scientific Research and Parenting Mix?
  • Beyond the Bunsen Burner: When Teachers Become Researchers
  • ...and more!

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Past Newsletters

Spring 2013 Newsletter: Education and Outreach

Highlights:

  • New Research Experiences Offered for K-14 Educators and Undergraduate Students
  • Teachers bring new research technology into classrooms
  • Learn GIS at Summer Institute for Teachers
  • Science Camp Scholarship Opportunities

Fall 2012 Newsletter

Highlights:

  • Meet the project teams
  • Daily measurements by volunteer scientists support climate study
  • Sensors monitor aquatic ecosystem services in the Lamprey River
  • Aircraft hyperspectral remote sensing captures vegetation conditions and energy fluxes between land surface and the atmosphere

April 2012 Newsletter

Highlights:


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