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BIO 109 575 - Human Biology - "The Project" - Bhavsar - 2018: Start Here

Course guide for Neelima Bhavsar's Final Project Assignment in BIO 109

Start thinking about what you will do for "The Project" early in the semester. Exploring these resources throughout the course will be helpful.

Instructions for "The Project"

READ and follow the instructions for "The Project" in your BIO 109 Blackboard course.

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"The ability to quickly alter the code of life has given us unprecedented power over the natural world. The question is: Should we use it?" (DNA Revolution, p. 30 --- look right)

The First Step: Start with a Good Idea!

Ricochet Science

Ricochet Science is a site produced by science educators to bring relevancy to the classroom. 

This is a great site to explore to get ideas for "The Project." Remember, any topic can be related to Human Biology. Use your imagination and apply critical thinking skills. 

DNA Revolution, National Geographic

Specter, Michael. "DNA Revolution. (Cover Story)." National Geographic, vol. 230, no. 2, Aug. 2016, p. 30-55. Retrieved from EBSCOhost MasterFILE Premier.  

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