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BIOTECH Project-DNA fingerprinting

A BIOTECH Project student participant conducts DNA fingerprinting


A Tucson, Ariz., high-school student conducts DNA fingerprinting while participating in the University of Arizona's BIOTECH outreach project.

Supported in part by the National Science Foundation, the BIOTECH Project consists of three components for classroom support and professional development: (1) classroom visits to conduct biotechnology and molecular biology activities in middle-school and high-school classrooms; (2) equipment and material support for teachers to conduct activities independently in middle- and high-school classrooms; and (3) professional development for K-12 teachers.

To learn more, visit the BIOTECH website visit the Here

Credit: University of Arizona

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