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View Resource National Association of Biology Teachers

The staff members at the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) have put together a stellar array of websites that deal with ten different areas of biology, including animals, bioethics, evolution, and stem cell research. The items here are arranged alphabetically and visitors can review the brief descriptions to learn more about the content covered within each site. There is quite a...

View Resource Who Took My Bag of Chips?

In this lesson, students will investigate the impact of transgenic organisms and genetically manipulated foods. The material teaches biology, biotechnology and bioethics topics and would be appropriate for high school classes. The project is designed as a culminating activity after a unit on biotechnology and genetic engineering. The lesson includes detailed instructions for teachers. This...

View Resource An Introduction to DNA Microarrays

In this YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), viewers are introduced to the concept of DNA microarrays including what they are and how they are used today. DNA microarrays are used in a variety of fields including medicine, agriculture, and toxicology and have led to important discoveries in disease research. DNA microarrays look at our genes and examine ...

View Resource DNA Microarray Fabrication

In this YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), viewers are introduced to the concept of DNA microarray fabrication. Specific topics include: non-contact printing process, photolithography process and maskless photolithography process. This is the third in a series of presentations on DNA microarrays. Supporting materials can be downloaded from the SCME w...

View Resource Fogarty International Center: Bioethics Resources for Teachers and Students

Assembled by the Fogerty International Center at the National Institutes of Health, this page of resources designed for teachers of bioethics can be useful to educators of both high school and college students. Here readers will find links to resource around the web, including curricula, courses from Vilnius University in Lithuania, and a number of compelling case studies. There are also links to...

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