Students are researchers with Web-based electron microscope

The online program Bugscope allows students to view objects using a $600,000 electron microscope over the Internet. The program, which is free to schools, has students logging on and interacting with scientists. "The whole idea is allowing a classroom to be like research investigators," program collaborator Umesh Thakkar said. "Each session is unique. The teacher has the power. The kids are the main actors. We are just support."

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