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    The new animated videos will be helpful tools in a variety of educational settings, like this "farmer field school" in Niger.

    The new animated videos will be helpful tools in a variety of educational settings, like this "farmer field school" in Niger.

    Photo by Ibrahim Baoua

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      The new animated videos will be helpful tools in a variety of educational settings, like this "farmer field school" in Niger.

      Photo by Ibrahim Baoua

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      The Scientific Animations Without Borders team at the University of Illinois includes extension educator Francisco Seufferheld (seated, left), entomology professor Barry Pittendrigh (right), and, standing: graduate student Laura Steele (left), project leader and field extension specialist Julia Bello-Bravo (center) and graduate student Tolulope Agunbiade.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      The Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake in Haiti left more than a million people homeless, many of them living in makeshift camps and vulnerable to waterborne diseases such as cholera.

      Photo by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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