SharkFinder® Citizen Science with Dr. Joy Reidenberg and Dr. Greg Gage.
Ector County ISD student creates images of a small fruit fly brain through electron microscopy to further studies in drosophila. neuroscience.
STEM education via Project Brain STEM
Elementary student finds fossil via STEM project SharkFinder Citizen Science.
STEM Education with SharkFinder Citizen Science. Investigate marine sediment in search of fossil shark teeth and other elasmobranch.
Neuroscience in high schools via Project Brain STEM.
Neuroscience teacher/student training to further drosophila neuroscience studies.
High school students in ECISD work on a PICK Education collaboration to further studies in drosophila neuroscience.
PICK Education Speaker Series presenters, Dr. Joy Reidenberg and Dr. Greg Gage.
The brain is complex, but extremely fascinating. Backyard Brains needs more people interested in studying the brain because 1 in 5 people are likely to develop a neurological disorder... and there are no cures! Work with Do-It-Yourself neuroscience kits and experiment with electrophysiology.
SharkFinder Citizen Science is real world STEM education in the classroom.
Elementary student shows off her fossil shark tooth via a digital microscope.