The Embryo Project Encyclopedia is the product of the Embryo Project, funded by the National Science Foundation and supported by the Marine Biological Laboratory and Arizona State University. The result is an online repository containing thousands of entries. There are three different kinds of entries. First, the "found objects" include such things as photographs, videos, microscope slides, lecture notes, and much more. We found these objects, collected them, curated them by adding information about what they are, adding metadata, and adding them to the repository. Second, the descriptive articles describe many different aspects of embryo research and the social context in which it has occurred over time. These articles are written mostly by individuals in the ASU Embryo Project seminar. The articles are reviewed, edited, marked up, and added to the repository. The third kind of entry is interpretive and includes narrative scholarly essays as well as exhibits to present the stories of the science and its contexts.
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