Wolbachia: Discover the Microbes Within The final lab of the year was about Wolbachia. This lab was super interesting and a great summary of the content and lab skills we have learned throughout the whole year! Purpose The purpose of... Continue Reading →
In our investigation of the Marburg Virus, Michelle Leung and I discovered many interesting and important things, which we organized into this infographic! Check it out! This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
No matter what you study about DNA technology, ethics and morals are almost always connected. Check out me and Keira Cruickshank's presentation to learn all about DNA technology, Gene Therapy, and the ethical questions that surround this fascinating topic! Since... Continue Reading →
For AP Bio's Genetics and Health Symposium, Veronica Zehnder and I researched and taught about Huntington's Disease using the platform VoiceThread. This was such a humbling and informative project, and I encourage you to check it out here!
We all know that Chlorophyll is pretty good at its job, so why do plants need Accessory Pigments? How do they help plants more efficiently photosynthesize? Explore the answer to this question in the video below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cPdXmQgl_o
Hello! For my Breakthrough Junior Challenge video, I investigated and explained the science behind laughter. Laughter is something that is truly beautiful, interesting, funny, and diverse -- and most of us take it for granted without even thinking about it!... Continue Reading →