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Mighty Microbes
Microbes exist in, and around, all of us. Some microbes can be transformed into "Mighty Microbes" that battle harmful pollutants like... read more
Piguliar Investigation
Zoonosis (a disease that can be transmitted to humans from animals) in swine are increasingly becoming a global public health concern. In... read more
Detecting Zika
Local clinics are reporting increased cases of patients with fevers, rashes, and headaches. There have also been more mosquitoes seen in... read more
Let's Give a Hand
There are thousands of children all over the world that are missing all, or part of, their hand. In this activity your students will hear... read more
Belly Busters
Convert your students into a pharmaceutical research and development team! In this activity students use 21st century skills and science... read more
Biofuels: Analyzing Cellulase
Biofuels provide many environmental and economic benefits including the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, making use of renewable... read more
Dino-Might!
One of the most popular new attractions at the local zoological park is a  hybrid dinosaur. Unfortunately, the zookeepers underestimated... read more
EASE (Effective Authentic Science Event)
Would you like to host hundreds of prospective students on your college campus for a fun day of science and mystery?  EASE (Effective... read more
GMO Detective
How do scientists prove whether or not foods contain GMOs? Using real life techniques, students will perform several analyses to detect... read more
What's that Flavor?!
Ever want to solve the mystery of the lollipop covered in question marks? Students will use spectrophotometers to analyze the amount of FD... read more
A Royal Disease
Whenever an individual suffers an injury the body produces a fibrin polymer clot to stop the bleeding. Hemophilia, also known as "the Royal... read more
A Coral Conundrum
Coral reefs are in danger due to the effects of climate change, including sea temperature rise. Learn how analyzing gene expression through... read more

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