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Students in the Research Experience for Undergraduates program (overseen by Maryland Sea Grant and funded by National Science Foundation) are now trained in Zen and the art of science communication. Students residing at both Horn Point Laboratory and Chesapeake Biological Laboratory met with Bill Dennison, Jane Thomas, Ben Fertig, and IAN intern Hilary Stevens at the Annapolis Synthesis Center to draw conceptual diagrams and improve visual aides using effective science communication techniques. Additionally, they were given a walking tour of Annapolis.
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