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This course aims at giving teachers and university students an overview on environmental problems related to water quality, and strategies to bring a citizen science project into a classroom.
This is an online course aimed at high school teams participating in the iGEM (international genetically engineered machine) competition. We outline basic science concepts related to synthetic biology, project management tips and brainstorming techniques.
Citizen science for education
Water Watchers is an educational kit for high schools. In water watchers, students measure water quality of their area, learn about colorimetry and water quality analysis and critically analyze and debate over water quality data.
"The bacterial pets" workshop was designed in partnership with the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris (Centre Pompidou) to teach kids 6-12 years old about synthetic biology and DNA design.
Open science hardware
DIλ is an Open Hardware modular spectrophotometer, designed to be accurate, easy to modify, and extremely cheap. We achieve this by using LEDs instead of an optical refraction system.