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Is this the New Face of Field Trips?

News   Dec 03, 2018 | Original Story by Rob Jordan for Stanford University.

 
Is this the New Face of Field Trips?

Elise Ogle, a researcher in the Virtual Human Interaction Lab, tries out the Stanford Ocean Acidification Experience, with a coral animation still in the background. Credit: Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab.

 
 
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