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The COADUNATIO Program and its Project components

The Coadunatio Program includes three main Projects, and together they embody the Institute's ission for communication, dissemination, education, and social sustainability. These Projects are closely related and interactive with one another and with the other Programs of the Institute.

[1] Librarium Project
The LIBRARIUM is a permanent open-duration Project with a set of highly-coupled and mutually supportive other cooperative projects within the Institute and among partners. It is intended to produce and to maintain, in perpetuity, a resource of foundational and applied knowledge and toolsets consisting of methodologies and protocols, for a variety of technologies that are deemed to be critical and valuable to a society that may find itself in a situation of need due to a variety of disruptive physical and social events.

[2] Mirnova Project
Mirnova itself comprises several STEM and STEAM oriented education and proto-research activities of technical and social natures.

[3] Seminar Project
Active onsite and online dissemination, publication, and presentations through lectures, seminars, symposia, and conferences.

This is a placeholder page. More to follow soon! Thee are many papers, reports, documents, and the basic Librarium Knowledge Base that is under construction now, all available for you to learn about and in which to participate.

Meanwhile, look at other pages of TETRAD Institute, and both the ASTRA and PRIMUS Centers, and also there are papers and presentations at

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