Pilot Site Opportunity

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Wed, 10 Apr 2002 07:36:41 -0700 (PDT)

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The Research Revolution: The Laboratory and the Shaping of Modern life
Clones, plastics, robots, atoms=E2=80=A6How scientific research has changed=20=
our lives
A new video viewing and discussion series for libraries From National Video=20
Resources in partnership with ALA Public Programs, with major funding from=20
the National Science Foundation.
This demonstration project offers 50 libraries the opportunity and resources=
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to present a series of community programs around the theme of science and=20
modern life. The programs will consist of screenings of award-winning=20
documentary films, supported by scholar-led discussion and extensive=20
suggested reading lists.
Six individual sessions will include films and discussion of such subjects a=
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genetic engineering, the development of synthetic materials, military=20
technology and the changing understanding of the human body.

For details and an application log on to www.nvr.org or=20
www.ala.org/publicprograms.
All types of libraries are eligible to apply. =20

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The=20= Research Revolution: The Laboratory and the Shaping of Modern life
Clones, plastics, robots, atoms=E2=80=A6How scientific re= search has changed our lives
A new video viewing and discussion series for libraries From National Vi= deo Resources in partnership with ALA Public Programs, with major funding fr= om the National Science Foundation.
This demonstration project offers 50 libraries the opportunity and resou= rces to present a series of community programs around the theme of science a= nd modern life. The programs will consist of screenings of award-winning doc= umentary films, supported by scholar-led discussion and extensive suggested=20= reading lists.
Six individual sessions will include films and discussion of such subjec= ts as genetic engineering, the development of synthetic materials, military=20= technology and the changing understanding of the human body.

For details and an application log on to www.nvr.org or www.ala.org/publ= icprograms.
All types of libraries are eligible to apply. =20

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