High school begins experiment in biotechnology curriculum

10/21/2009 | Herald (Everett, Wash.), The

Students at a Washington state high school will be making 3-D molecular models for research scientists and creating DNA fingerprints with a thermal recycler as part of a cutting-edge biotechnology course that could earn them five college credits in molecular cellular biology. Tami Caraballo, who developed the curriculum and teaches the course, says she hopes the course will make global health issues -- such as influenza, cancer and AIDS -- more compelling for her students.

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