Each weekday until April 25 (DNA Day) a new genomic advance is unveiled in the "15 for 15" celebration.
One of the most informative overviews of heredity anywhere. Great for students, parents, and lesson plans.
"In & Beyond Africa" is a thought-provoking eLearning tool about human migrations in Africa and beyond over the last 200,000 years. Activities, an eLearning game, and more!
This interactive allows students to manipulate genes and experience the resulting changes in skin color.
Explore the domestication of rice, corn, potatoes and livestock.
Celebrate Henrietta Lacks in your classroom. This colorful infographic offers an image and text timeline following the HeLa cell story over time.
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Watch The 5-Minute Animated Genome Video
Cleverly animated to the music of Danny Elfman. "“DNA is pretty durable,” we learn. It “can last for 100,000 years if you don’t get cremated.”
A Helpful History Tool: The Human Genome Timeline
From an Austrian garden to the international Human Genome Project with many learning stops along the way. See it now!
Cell, Organelles, & DNA Resources for Teachers
15 high-quality, researcher-vetted, downloadable image files await you in our Cells, Organelles, and DNA Resources for Teachers tool set.