Musashi Gene Research

Musashi Gene Research, UC San Diego

Although iconic in Japanese history and culture, Musashi’s name and unique story became part of the scientific lexicon serendipitously. In the early 1990s, a group of scientists led by noted neurobiologist Craig Montell discovered a new gene, which, when mutated, led to a cell fate determination defect in sensory organ precursor cells.
Agah MEMS Lab

Virginia Microelectronics Consortium

The Virginia Microelectronics Consortium (known as VMEC) facilitates university-industry partnerships that can address the educational, training and research needs of the Commonwealth’s microelectronics industry and contribute to the development of Virginia as a location of choice for the microelectronics industry.
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I4C Collaboratory

The goal of the I4C Collaboratory is to develop novel combined immunologic approaches to cure HIV-1 through a highly collaborative and multifaceted research program involving leading investigators in academia, government and industry.
Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)

Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)

PIRE is a team of US researchers and collaborators from South Korea and Japan with expertise in soft robotics to advance the state of the art, as well as to train and prepare the future workforce to tackle emerging challenges in soft robotic systems.
The Center for Skeletal Research at MGH

The MGH Center for Skeletal Research at Mass General Hospital

Their goal with their new website was to provide an easier way to learn about bone research-related events and the CSR core services. A new addition is videos of our Keynote speakers from the Annual Skeletal Research Symposium.
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Reimagining Migration Project

Re-Imagining Migration is a new organization created to foster understanding and the successful inclusion of migrant youth across the globe.
Emory DPT

Division of Physical Therapy, Emory University

The Division of Physical Therapy has historically been a “top 10” physical therapy educational program and seen as a destination of choice for many prospective physical therapy students. This perspective has been nurtured through the unique design of the program that fosters exceptional skills, creativity, reflectivity, and humanity while instilling self-confidence as students transform into outstanding professionals.
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Department of Communications

Students have studied Communication in its many different forms at the University of Maryland since the university's earliest beginnings. In courses from public speaking to mediated communication, from public relations to intercultural communication, UM students continue to learn about the history, processes, and effects of human communication.