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Using CRISPR-Cas9 with Out of the Blue CRISPR Gene Editing and Genotying Kits in the Classroom. Remember: many Bio-Rad products are discounted for K-12 and undergrad classes! More free resources: bio-rad/classroomresources For help visit: bio-rad.com/explorerhelp Read more

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Thu, Nov 12 2020 to Fri, Nov 13 2020
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Help Shape the Vision and Priorities for STEM Education in the Future

How can we transform undergraduate STEM education to meet the needs of students, science, and society in the year 2040 and beyond? Attend the National Academies Symposium and add your voice to the conversation. With sponsorship from the National Science Foundation, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is convening a three-day public symposium to explore ambitions for the future of undergraduate STEM education and identify steps for achieving them.

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Tue, Oct 13 2020 to Tue, Dec 8 2020

Register for a fantastic new webinar series for educators and students! The Allen Institute invites you to virtually meet the professionals who make the science possible, and to get a glimpse of the many different careers in science. These free virtual events are open to entire classes of students (educators can sign up) or independent students and their families. The webinars are usually on Tuesdays from 10:00 to 10:30 am PT.

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Presenter: Deborah Overath Description: Case studies are an effective active learning technique for the bioscience classroom; however, it can be a little overwhelming to use a case study or adapt it for your own classroom for the first time. This session is designed to help participants gain experience and confidence in using and adapting case studies. The first half of the session will be devoted to participants doing a case study written by the presenter for the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science peer-reviewed case collection on the connections between Mendelian and molecular genetics using the discovery of ... Read more

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