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ASM Biology Scholars Residency Programs for educators/biologists. Application deadline February 1.   Learn More »
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PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators Program for tech-savvy K-12 educators. Applications due February 11.   Learn More »
2015 PKAL Summer Leadership Institute for STEM Faculty. Application deadline February 10, 2015.   Learn More »
HAPS Institute Course for Educators - Mechanisms of Disease: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Online, begins February 22.   Learn More »
Workshop - Preparing your educational resources for online publication at the GSA Drosophila Research Conference: March 4, 2015, 4-7 pm, Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. Application due February 6.   Learn More »
Workshop: Preparing your educational resources for online publication at the GSA Fungal Genetics Conference: March 17, 2015, 4-7 pm, Asilomar Conference Grounds, Monterey, CA. Application due February 20.   Learn More »
Family Science Days - Free Science for Everyone! San Jose Convention Center. February 14-15.   Learn More »
Visit ASPB at the NSTA National Conference in Chicago, March 12-15.   Learn More »
HAPS Central Regional Meeting, Cincinnatti, OH, March 7-8, 2015. Register online until March 7, 2015.   Learn More »
Poster Competition for MSMR Enrichment Symposium: All Creatures Big and Small...Animal Enrichment in a Laboratory Environment. Submission Deadline: March 6.   Learn More »
National Association of Biology Teachers Annual Meeting. Providence, RI. November 11-14. Session submissions due March 15.   Learn More »
Middle School Essay, Poser, and Multimedia Contest for students in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Theme - "Biomedical Breakthroughs and My Life". Entries due March 2.   Learn More »
15th Annual NWABR Student Bio Expo for students in Washington State, Shoreline Community College, May 27.   Learn More »
Fascination of Plants Day - May 18. Discover how you can celebrate.   Learn More »
MSMR's 24th Annual Student Competition. Students in grades 7-12 create and submit a Poster, Essay or Webpage exploring a recent research advance at a New England research institution. Submissions due May 9, 2015.   Learn More »
HAPS Institute Course for Educators - Introduction to Educational Research Methods. Online, begins May 3.   Learn More »
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Gordon Research Conference on Undergraduate Biology Education Research (UBER): Investigating and Implementing Evidence-Based Reform. July 12-17, 2015. Bates College, Maine. Applications now being accepted.   Learn More »
NWABR's Annual Life Science Research Gala - Speak up for Research, June 19, 2015.   Learn More »
Society for Developmental Biology 74th Annual Meeting, July 9-13, 2015 in Snowbird, Utah.   Learn More »
Plant Biology Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota. July 26-30. Abstracts currently being accepted.   Learn More »
NWABR Camp Biomed for high school students. July 6 - August 21.   Learn More »
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