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Carl interviews Hannah Waters, molecular biology lab tech & author of the blog, Culturing Science

2010/12/17
By Carl
Carl interviews Hannah Waters, molecular biology lab tech & author of the blog, Culturing Science

In January, eight Extreme Biology students will travel to Science Online 2011, an international conference where scientists, educators, journalists, and students come together to discuss the way the web is changing science and science education. As part of their preparation, the students have conducted interviews with conference organizers, presenters, and participants. This is the...
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Joe talks about his experience at the Oxford Biophysics Lab

2010/12/17
By Joe
Joe talks about his experience at the Oxford Biophysics Lab

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  Several students were chosen to experience a behind-the-scenes tour of a biophysics lab at Oxford University.  Two PhD students, Anthony Walsh and Richard Muscat, described their research on bionanotechnology and the type of equipment they use...
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London Natural History Museum: Primarily Primates

2010/12/16
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London Natural History Museum: Primarily Primates

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the tenth (and final!) in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Jess, Molly, and Ali In...
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London Natural History Museum: Creepy Crawlies

2010/12/15
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London Natural History Museum: Creepy Crawlies

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the ninth in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Aurora, Emilio, and Sara On our grade...
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London Natural History Museum: Iguanodon, The Veggie Beast!

2010/12/15
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London Natural History Museum: Iguanodon, The Veggie Beast!

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the eighth in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Andrea, Cartland, and Noa The Museum of...
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London Natural History Museum: Marine Reptiles of the Dinosaur Age

2010/12/15
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London Natural History Museum: Marine Reptiles of the Dinosaur Age

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the seventh in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Deirdre, Gurk, and Josh B This past...
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London Natural History Museum: The Miracle of Pregnancy

2010/12/15
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London Natural History Museum: The Miracle of Pregnancy

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the sixth in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Leyla, Monica, and Sabrina The freshman class...
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Samantha Interviews Andrew Farke, Paleontologist at the Raymond M. Alf Museum

2010/12/14
By Samantha
Samantha Interviews Andrew Farke, Paleontologist at the Raymond M. Alf Museum

In January, eight Extreme Biology students will travel to Science Online 2011, an international conference where scientists, educators, journalists, and students come together to discuss the way the web is changing science and science education. As part of their preparation, the students have conducted interviews with conference organizers, presenters, and participants. This is the...
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London Natural History Museum: Just Monkeyin’ Around

2010/12/14
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London Natural History Museum: Just Monkeyin’ Around

The 9th grade biology students recently traveled to London for a week-long field trip to many historical sites.  The students spent three hours exploring the Natural History Museum.  The following is the fifth in a series of posts written by the students to discuss what they learned. by Alice, James, and Zach We have recently...
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Paul Interviews Ryan Somma, Software Developer and Amateur Scientist Ninja

2010/12/14
By Paul
Paul Interviews Ryan Somma, Software Developer and Amateur Scientist Ninja

In January, eight Extreme Biology students will travel to Science Online 2011, an international conference where scientists, educators, journalists, and students come together to discuss the way the web is changing science and science education. As part of their preparation, the students have conducted interviews with conference organizers, presenters, and participants. This is the...
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