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Infectious Disease Spread Simulation

Infectious Disease Spread Simulation

Students will simulate the spread of an imaginary infectious disease through a population and learn how some typical habits can affect the risk of getting infected. Students will play the role of epidemilogists and collect data that will help them trace the path to the original carrier. Students wil collaborate as public health experts to help minimize exposure or impact of the outbreak.CLASS STATUS: AVAILABLE/SUMMER CAMP
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Microbes in Action (Microscope/Growth Lab)

Microbes in Action (Microscope/Growth Lab)

Students will explore the world of microbes by focusing on the microorganisms in their environment. Students will obtain bacterial samples from their environment of choice, learn how to culture bacterial colonies, and prepare them for identification. CLASS STATUS: AVAILABLE/SUMMER CAMP
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DNA Basics, Extraction and Analysis

DNA Basics, Extraction and Analysis

Experience a variety of hands-on engagement that will help you understand the fascinating structure and function of DNA. Participants will construct 3-D models of the double helix, extract their own DNA or extract DNA from a choice of fruits. (Elementary/Middle)You may join this class at anytime! FALL,WINTER AND SPRING SCHEDULE SATURDAYS     TUITION ($25 per Session)    Course Day Date Time Code Fee DNA Basics Saturday...
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Owl Pellet Dissection and Analysis

Owl Pellet Dissection and Analysis

Students will gain fascinating hands-on learning experiences with anatomy, through the dissection of various preserved organs and organisms. Students will explore the structure and complexity of organisms as they engage with their own specimen. Specimens may include fetal pigs, frogs, crayfish, earthworms, cow's eye, starfish, and owl pellets. CLASS STATUS: AVAILABLE/SUMMER CAMP
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Frog Dissection

Frog Dissection

Students will gain fascinating hands-on experiences with anatomy through the dissection of various preserved organs and organisms. Students will explore the actual structure and complexity of organisms as they engage with their own specimen. Specimens for dissection may include fetal pigs, frogs, crayfish, cow's eye, earthworms, starfish, and owl pellets. 
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Cells and Heredity

Cells and Heredity

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Food Analysis

Food Analysis

This unit focuses on what is involved in food production and food anaylsis. Students are exposed to real challenges in the food industry while engaging in numerous inquiry-based activities. Students will design effective packages for perishable foods, create and refine recipes for a new food product, device QR codes for their products, and learn about food chemistry. Students are engaged in critical thinking as they apply their learning experiences to solving real-life problems. CLASS STATUS: AV...
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Biological Models (Structure and Function)

Biological Models (Structure and Function)

Students will gain meaningful understanding of the human body systems by designing and building a working 3-D model of any of the human body systems that depicts its structure and function. Students will brainstorm and use everyday materials to design and build a body system. CLASS STATUS: AVAILABLE/SUMMER CAMP
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Fetal Pig Dissection

Fetal Pig Dissection

Students will gain fascinating hands-on experiences with anatomy through the dissection of various preserved organs and organisms. Students will explore the actual structure and complexity of organisms as they engage with their own specimen. Specimens for dissection may include fetal pigs, frogs, crayfish, cow's eye, earthworms, starfish, and owl pellets.  CLASS STATUS: AVAILABLE/SUMMER CAMP
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