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This lab exercise, authored by Lana Hays of Access Excellence at the National Health Museum, giving instructions for the extraction of DNA from several different starting materials. The lab employs everyday material...
In this online activity, students use lichens and tardigrades (water bears) to investigate their use as bioindicators of key air pollutants. When lichens are exposed to some kinds of air pollutants, especially to sulfur...
This activity website, hosted by the National Health Museum Activities Exchange, explores protein purification using ion chromatography. Students will separate a positively charged lysozyme from a negatively charged...
This is an article by William Wells on the use of implanted biochips. Implanted biochips could be the tool of Big Brother, but they are more likely to become the treatment of choice for the physician of the 21st...
Access Excellence provides a range of helpful resources for science educators, including lesson plans, interactive quizzes, and a variety of games. The project was launched in 1993 and joined up with the National Health...
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