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Internet2 Projects in Utah

ASPIRE
The ASPIRE Lab is one of the most innovative and interactive science education web sites available on the Internet. The powerful combination of inquiry-based content, along with interactive, hands-on labs provides a powerful visualization tool for students to use.

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CI-Water
The CI-WATER EPSCoR project is a Utah-Wyoming Cyberinfrastructure Water Modeling Colloboration funded by National Science Foundation. The goal is to develop a better understanding of the interconnectivity of natural and human water resources systems and to better manage water resources for the future.

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GENI
GENI (Global Environment for Network Innovations) provides a virtual laboratory for networking and distributed systems research and education. It is well suited for exploring networks at scale, thereby promoting innovations in network science, security, services and applications.

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Range Creek Canyon Research
The Range Creek Research Project, coordinated through the Natural History Museum of Utah and the University of Utah Departments of Anthropology and Geography, is a multidisciplinary coalition of researchers, educators, and individuals investigating the natural and human history of this remarkable place.

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Rio Mesa Center
The University of Utah's Rio Mesa Center provides opportunities for field-based interdisciplinary research that emphasizes ecology and the environment and promotes research, courses and professional training at the interface of history, anthropology, biology, art and human sustainability.

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AM Stem Academy
Briderland Technical College offers this automated manufacturing and robotics course to high school students who are interested in exploring how robots, controls, electricity, and automation work.

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Telescope Array Project
The Telescope Array project is a collaboration between universities and research institutions around the world. The experiment is designed to observe air showers induced by cosmic rays with extremely high energy. The University of Utah is the host institute and the experiment is located in Millard County, Utah.

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Willard L. Eccles Observatory
The Willard L. Eccles Observatory (WEO) is an astronomical observatory located on Frisco Peak in the San Francisco Mountains of Utah. The observatory is owned and operated by the University of Utah and features a Ritchey-Chretien telescope.

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