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Transforming Life at Disciplinary Boundaries, Text Slide 17 of 24

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Slide title: Partnerships For International Research and Education: PIRE

Slide words:

  • Collaborations with international groups or institutions
  • Partners from different nations and cultural backgrounds
  • Promotes the development of globally-engaged, U.S. scientific and engineering workforce
  • Research success results from all partners--U.S. and foreign--providing complementary contributions
  • Student participation in international research collaborations
  • Africa Array
    Speciation in Patagonia

    Slide images:
    Top: map showing the distribution of AfricaArray seismic stations
    Center: outline maps of four countries with photos showing Partnership for Education and Research in Membrane Nanotechnologies (PERMEANT) partner institutions and programs: UKMA, Kyiv; VSUACE, Volgograd; MSU, East Lansing, MI; DUKE, Durham, NC; INSA/INP, Toulouse; CEREGE, Aix-en-Provence
    Bottom: map of Patagonia, South America (left) and photo of a lizard (Liolaemus martorii) from Patagonia (right)

    Credit: Andrew Nyblade, Department of Geosciences, Penn State University (top); courtesy of Partnership for Education and Research in Membrane Nanotechnologies (PERMEANT) (center); Jerald B. Johnson, Brigham Young University (bottom map); Luciano Avila, Centro Nacional Patagonico, Argentina (bottom lizard)

    Design by: Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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