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Rediscovering Biology by Chris Tachibana, Andrea White, Norman A. Johnson

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Rediscovering Biology
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Number of pages: 203

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Rediscovering Biology was designed for high school biology teachers who have substantial knowledge of basic biology but who want to learn about important new discoveries of the last two decades. It was also designed so teachers could familiarize themselves with research methods and tools that will lead to new discoveries in the coming decade.

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