The King's Centre for Visualization in Science
The King's Centre for Visualization in Science is a research centre of The King's University, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada committed to improving the public understanding of science in Canada through the development of innovative ways to visualize science.
Brian Martin and Peter Mahaffy are co-directors of the centre, working with an interdisciplinary team of undergraduate researchers. The work of the centre has been funded by The King's University, NSERC through a Centres for Research in Youth Science Teaching Learning (CRYSTAL-Alberta) grant and the USRA program, SSHRC, and through research partnerships in the United States (NSF), and Australia (ARC).
The King's Centre for Visualization in Science is energized by the talent and enthusiasm of undergraduate students from a wide range of disciplines.
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