Genomics is a rapidly growing field with a rich history and an exciting future. Take advantage of our ready-made teaching tools to present the foundations to your students and help them understand the impact of genomics in their lives.
An activity that demonstrates how DNA can be isolated from a strawberry using common household items.
Lesson plan based on an award-winning DNA from the Beginning website, an animated primer on the basics of DNA, genes and heredity.
Step-by-step instructions and printable folding paper included in the downloadable document.
The genetic timeline lesson plan gives students an historical perspective of the discoveries that led to our present understanding of the human genome.
A microbiome is all of the genetic material found in a microbe, such as a bacterium, fungal cell or virus.
The microbiome lesson plans were inspired by lectures and resources on the microbiome offered at the National Human Genome Research Institute’s (NHGRI) Short Course in Genomics.
Tools and resources for teaching the concepts of transcription and translation, two key steps in gene expression
Last updated: February 13, 2020