Using Biotechnology, CSI, and Zombies to Promote Science Education in one of America’s Most Challenging Regions

The following paper has been added to the free open access archives at the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology:

Using Biotechnology, CSI, and Zombies to Promote Science Education in one of America’s Most Challenging Regions
David Eugene Menshew

This paper examines the creation of a forensic biotechnology program that engages students, promotes science learning beyond the classroom and makes available novel STEM opportunities to an area which previously had little biotechnology educational offerings.

Open access for this paper has been possible through the generous support of Bio‐Rad’s Biotechnology Explorer Program.

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