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eSchool News Site of the Week

Genetic Science Learning Center teaches the A-B-Cs of DNA eSchool News, a resource with over 280,000 registered members, gives educators the latest news and information on all things related to technology in the classroom. The Genetic Science Learning Center’s Learn.Genetics and Teach.Genetics websites were featured… Continue reading

Brain Institute Scientists to Aid Genetic Science Learning Center in Developing Neuroscience Curriculum for Students Nationwide

Thanks to a $1.33 million National Institutes of Health grant awarded in September 2011 to the Genetic Science Learning Center at the Department of Human Genetics, University of Utah, middle and high school students nationwide will be learning about cutting-edge research being done at the… Continue reading

Utah Daily Chronicle: Genetics website wins science award

The Genetic Science Learning Center’s Learn.Genetics and Teach.Genetics websites were the first recipients of the Science Prize for Online research in Education (SPORE), awarded by Science magazine. Read the article in the Daily Chronicle.

New York Times: Genetics Web Sites Win Online Award

The Genetic Science Learning Center’s Learn.Genetics and Teach.Genetics websites were the first recipients of the Science Prize for Online research in Education (SPORE), awarded by Science magazine. Read the New York Times article.

HHMI News on Twitter: Univ. of Utah’s “Learn.Genetics” site, developed with HHMI support, named top online edu resource by Science magazine

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Genetics Web Sites Awarded the First Science Prize for Online Resources in Education

The Genetic Science Learning Center’s Learn.Genetics and Teach.Genetics websites were the first recipients of the Science Prize for Online research in Education (SPORE), awarded by Science magazine. Read the press release by Science magazine.

Deseret News – DEA hosting U.’s ‘Mouse Party’

The interactive animation Mouse Party from the Learn.Genetics website was featured in an exhibit on display in the lobby of the DEA headquarters. Read the article.