Teaching the Genome Generation – Dr Charles Wray, The Jackson Laboratory

Apr 5, 2019 | biology, health and medicine

Since the release of the first human genome, our understanding of genetics has grown significantly. However, keeping up with developments in the field can be overwhelming for students, and even teachers. Dr Charles Wray of The Jackson Laboratory has created a unique program, ‘Teaching the Genome Generation’ or ‘TtGG’, to address this issue. TtGG aims to inform and train high school teachers, and in turn, increase student literacy in genomics and interest in STEM careers.

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