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At City College of San Francisco, student Daniela Cardenas prepares DNA for analysis

At City College of San Francisco, student Daniela Cardenas prepares DNA for analysis during the biotechnology module of Bio 11: Introduction to the Science of Living Organisms. This course was developed with funding from the NSF-ATE grant titled, "Incorporating Molecular Biology into the Undergraduate Curriculum."

Credit: City College of San Francisco, Biology Department


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In this video, learn about the Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance at Moraine Valley Community College, outside Chicago. This ATE-funded project gives students hands-on, complex laboratory exercises and real-world learning experiences in the field of cybersecurity.

Credit: National Science Foundation


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In this video, learn about the ATE-supported Florida Advanced Technological Education Center(FLATE), which provides exemplary industry partnerships, workforce opportunity and educational synergy throughout the state of Florida by connecting industry and workforce needs to targeted educational endeavors at 14 community and state colleges across Florida.

Credit: National Science Foundation


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Students by the pool with device at 12th Annual ROV Competition

More than 50 teams and 500 students competed in the 12th Annual International Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition, held in June 2013. This photo shows team members moving their vehicle from their mission table to the pool deck as they prepare to launch it

Credit: MATE Center


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Indigenous Fellows at National PETE's 2013 NSF ATE faculty development

Indigenous Fellows at National PETE's 2013 NSF ATE faculty development Indigenous Fellows Institute in Guam are shown. The Fellows participated in a week of intensive faculty development instruction, including in-class lectures and case studies, plus hands-on activities, outdoor field trips, and learning excursions.

Credit: Sarah Gross


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