GLIC (Great Lakes Instrumentation Collaboratory) is a collaboration of educational institutions located near the Lake Michigan, one of the U.S.A. Great Lakes and Lake Victoria, one of the East African Great Lakes. The institutions share instrumentation and educational materials related to use of that instrumentation. Access to the instrumentation is delivered via the internet.
The USA NSF Discovery Corps Fellowship provided initial funding for this project in 2004. The Project is monitored by the Global Alliance for Africa.
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- Loyola University HelenHanson@aginmontanaschools.org
- Michael Kishimba
- University Dar Es Salaam Kishimba@greatlakeslab.org
- Ward Mavura
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- Alice Muriithi
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