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Genetic engineering program at Tech for middle-schoolers

December 20, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

BioIgnite LogoGeorgia Tech’s BioIgnite program is offering a “day camp” in genetic engineering for students in grades 6 to 8.

Students will be introduced to basic principles of genetics and DNA, and will learn how to build a plasmid like scientists do.

The one-day class will be offered twice in the spring semester:

Registration is $50 per student.

BioIgnite is aimed at getting kids interested in biotechnology at a young age. It offers one-day camps during the school year, and week-long camps during the summer.

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