Science: Becoming the Messenger Workshop
An NSF sponsored workshop designed to facilitate NSF award recipients' ability to better communicate their award achievements to the general public through the use of social media, television, radio and other broad communication means. Clemson University Madren Center January 16-17, 2013. Registration is closed.
Cyberenabled South Carolina
A meeting designed to increase collaboration on development of both CyberInfrastructure resource provision and education across the state. A formal agenda will include keynote speakers and a workshop to facilitate attendees' preparation of Grants for Exploratory Academic Research:Cyberinfrastructure (GEAR:CI) proposals. Clemson University Madren Center February 11-13, 2013.
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International Society for Biofabrication
The International Society for Biofabrication (ISBF) is a scientific and professional Society which promotes advances in Biofabrication research, development, education, training, and medical and clinical applications. ISBF represents the international Biofabrication community and shall operate as a non-profit organization. ISBF’s core purpose is to foster scientific and technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. ISBF shall promote the interaction between the different disciplines of the field of Biofabrication as well as between basic research and applied practice; and cooperate with other scientific organizations and communities.
The new series of videos "diSCovering Science" has been posted on The SC Project's YouTube channel. These videos were produced in conjunction with South Carolina Educational Television, and are designed for K-12 students and teachers.
Material on this site is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation-EPSCoR program under Grant Number EPS-0903795, and by the National Institutes of Health Grant Number P20 RR-016461 from the National Center for Research Resources. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the South Carolina EPSCoR/IDeA Program and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or National Institutes of Health.