1997 - The first SymmetryScience module, "The Mystery of the Electric Lemon" is tested in the Ashland Montessori School in Ashland, Massachusetts.
!998 - The K-3 "Let's Learn with Science" program and the SymmetryScience modules in Physics and Chemistry: Magnetism, Electricity and Circuits, Gravity, Atomosphere, Elements and Chemistry, the Microscope are introduced and used in schools throughout New England.
2000 - The SymmetryScience method is incorporated as a foundational approach in the nationally renowned and National Institutes of Health (NIH) SEPA supported Citylab program at Boston University.
2002 - Ongoing research into the effectiveness of the SymmetryScience approach to teaching systems thinking and scientific inquiry continues at Boston University Schools of Medicine and Education.
2005 - SymmetryScience is the basis of NIH-Blueprint funding for developing Interdisciplinary Research Groups at Boston University School of Medicine.
2010 - SymmetryScience curriculum development cycle is used for the uniform development of CME education at the American Academy of Neurology.
2013 - With the SymmetryScience approach used from Kindergarten to graduate school, revised electronic versions of the materials are offered on-line.