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pgEd presents at the National Association of Biology Teachers

This year pgEd had the pleasure of attending the annual National Association for Biology Teachers (NABT) conference in San Diego, California. Three of our team members presented a lesson on genetic technologies with a […]

Engaging with science and society at pgEd

Recently, pgEd’s Johnny Kung guest-authored a post in the blog of Addgene, the non-profit repository for researchers to share genetic tools. Johnny wrote about pgEd’s work and why we think it is important to […]

A busy summer for pgEd!

As a new academic year begins, pgEd is wrapping up another busy summer of PDs and workshops across the country (and beyond). Here’s what we’ve been up to this summer:

 

Teaching the Genome Generation (Brunswick, […]

pgEd at CRISPRcon: Conversations on Science, Society, and the Future of Gene Editing

pgEd had the pleasure of partnering with Keystone to develop the program for the 2018 CRISPRcon, which took place in Boston on June 4-5. The meeting took a multifaceted look at the topic of […]

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