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Bio and Chemical Technologies

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Biotechnology (517)
Chemical and process technologies (66)

Screenshot ATE Program Graduate Employment Outcomes Study

The Academy for Educational Development (AED) examines the short and long term employment outcomes of ATE 2006- 2008 program graduates from four states who earn either a certificate or associates degree in biomanufacturing/biotechnology or process technology. The three major goals of the study are: (1) to utilize Unemployment Insurance (UI) wage records and supplemental data to demonstrate the...

Creative Active Student Engagment in the Sciences

Creative Active Student Engagement in the Sciences (CASES) Online is a collection of inquiry-based lessons to engage K-12 and undergraduate students in exploring the science behind real-world problems. Through CASES, educators can transform their students into motivated investigators, self-directed and life-long learners, critical thinkers, and keen problem solvers. Lessons are grounded in...

Screenshot Crystallite Game

This game, developed by Nobel Media, allows students to "take control of a small vehicle and guide it safely through a field of liquid crystal molecules." Similar to Tetris, the game centers around the different types of pattern found in liquid crystal molecules, and allows students to complete eleven levels. As the game's introduction states, "Liquid crystals are partly ordered materials,...

DNA to Protein Learning Module

The Southwest Center for Microsystems Education is a Regional Advanced Technology Education Center funded in part by the National Science Foundation. These resources provide an overview of how "digitally encoded information in DNA is translated into a functional protein that can be used for diagnostics, analysis and measurements in medical applications." The content will help users in...

GeneChip Microarrays

The curricula on this website, hosted by Affymetrix, were "developed for high school science teachers" and include "activities and modules on the use and function of microarrays, [to] be embedded at multiple levels in all life science classes." According to Affymetricx, microarrays "allow scientists to perform genome wide experiments in a fraction of the amount of time it took even just fine...

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