Using Technology to Study Cellular and Molecular Biology
Publisher: Biological Sciences Curriculum Study 2005
Number of pages: 138
The objective is to allow students to investigate how technology is used to deepen and broaden our knowledge of cellular and molecular biology. Lessons in this module help students sharpen their skills in observation, critical thinking, experimental design, and data analysis.
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