Anne Harrington: The primary vehicle for engagement under the ISTC and most of the engagement programs is some form of scientific research. It's not just travel, or workshops, it's... really, you know, bench top research. And we were hoping, to be able to see what Russian science could do to develop new drugs, new pharmaceuticals, to combat disease... in particular address some of the urgent issues in Russia, like tuberculosis and so forth. So, we were very eager for the institutes to submit proposals for funding of scientific projects. So, that was the real vehicle that would allow us then to engage. Some institutes, like the Institute of Molecular Diagnostics, held back for several years until they were convinced that our programs were legitimate, we weren't there to spy, we were honestly interested in their science, and in seeing them make a real contribution to a civil society.