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(Updated) Students, Teachers Share Technology Now Advantages with ATRF Staff

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Philip Evich, a senior at Middletown High School, explains the advantages of using technology to enrich his Advanced Placement Literature class. Evich and his classmates run a literature blog enabling them to discuss the books read in class, as well as comment on each other’s theories, all online. 

By Carolynne Keenan, Contributing Writer

Philip Evich, a senior at Middletown High School, loves talking about literature, even beyond the allotted 90 minutes of his Advanced Placement (AP) Literature class. That’s why he and his classmates embraced the opportunity to blog about books read in the class.

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Green Team Readies for Spring with Plant Swap

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By Carolynne Keenan, Contributing Writer

Those looking for a cost-effective way to spruce up their yards this spring can stop by the National Cancer Institute at Frederick Green Team’s booth during the Spring Research Festival (SRF) on May 7 and 8. Pick up a free plant, donate overgrown plants from your yard, or swap for a new plant.

Everyone is invited to participate in the swap, whether you have plants to donate or not.

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NICBR Events at the Spring Research Festival

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Poster Staff

May 5
NICBR Scientific Symposium
8:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Building 549 Auditorium

The National Interagency Confederation for Biomedical Research (NICBR) Scientific Symposium is open to postdocs, postbacs, graduate students, and technical support staff. The theme of this day-long symposium is “The Microbiome: Host Response to Disease”; however, presentations can cover any area of research being conducted by NICBR member organizations.

 

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February NICBR Symposium Highlights Careers in Science

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Craig Reynolds, Ph.D., director, Office of Scientific Operations, NCI at Frederick, welcomes attendees to the Advanced Technology Research Center.

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The first National Interagency Confederation for Biological Research (NICBR) Exploring Careers in a Scientific Environment Symposium was held on Feb. 18 at the Advanced Technology Research Facility. The event drew more than 70 Frederick County public school teachers, who learned about the wide range of biomedical research being conducted by scientists in the NICBR agencies, as well as the variety of opportunities for students interested in pursuing careers in science and/or technology.

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