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Press Release 13-136
Project Engaging High-school Students in Research on Smoking Behavior Wins Science Magazine’s Inquiry-based Instruction Prize

Students learn tools of neurobiology, epidemiology, statistics, and genetics along with database research

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students in smoking behavior project, with their posters

High school students display a poster that presents the results of their database research.

Credit: Maureen Munn, University of Washington


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teachers with neuron model

During workshops, teachers carry out many of the student activities, including using a neuron model, designed by Eric Chudler, UW Research associate professor and director of Neuroscience for Kids.

Credit: Maureen Munn, University of Washington


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group of teachers posing outside a building

Early in the project, Exploring Databases colleagues met with expert teachers from a previous project to discuss and plan the curriculum.

Credit: Maureen Munn, University of Washington


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cover of journal Science july 27 2013

The researcher's results are described in the July 26th issue of Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS, 2013


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