The Genetic Science Learning Center at The University of Utah is a nationally and internationally-recognized education program that translates science and health for non-experts. In addition to genetics, we address all areas of life science and health as well as other scientific fields.

The GSLC's websites are one of the most used science sites on the Internet.  In 2013, they received almost 20 million visits, which came from virtually every country in the world.

 

  • Teacher participants at the Neuroscience of Our Senses 2012 Summer Institute
  • Mouse Party on Learn.Genetics.utah.edu
  • Students doing the Tree of Genetic Traits activity
  • Learn.Genetics is one of the most widely used science education websites in the world
  • The Community Genetics Forum brought together representatives from 5 different communities in the Salt Lake Valley to discuss important health topics
  • Teacher participants at the Neuroscience of Our Senses 2012 Summer Institute
  • Cell Size and Scale became an Internet sensation in 2009
  • NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins appeared at the GSLC hosted NIH SciEd 2012 Conference in Washington, DC.