Arizona State University's Mars Education Program uses Mars exploration to help students in grades K-12 acquire basic skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Mars Student Imaging Project (MSIP) gives students (grade 5 through second-year college) an opportunity to use NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft to take images of Mars.
Through the Mars Exploration Student Data Teams (MESDT), students (high school through college) join with Mars scientists to analyze real data from Mars.
The Rock Around the World Program (RATW) invites students in all counties to send local rocks for analysis.
The Space Grant Program at Arizona State University supports undergraduate and graduate students engaged in research projects in space science and engineering.
In the China Youth Space Academy (CYSA), ASU partners with China.com.cn to bring top-scoring Chinese high school students to the U.S. for a 10-day speace exploration experience.
Showcasing and promoting Mars research in China.
Developing Google Mars to bring the whole Red Planet to a web browser near you.
Making available to the public beautiful and educational posters of Martian features and geological processes.
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