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Celebrating Diversity in STEM
Meet the next generation of minority researchers, watch invited talks on diversity, and view strategies and tools for increasing STEM participation of underrepresented minorities and individuals with disabilities.
Scientist Biographies: Minority Outreach Fellows
Expert Voices on Diversity
Diversity in STEM
Your students could be the next to sleuth out the answers to these scientific quandaries.
How Can We Find Out What Is in Water?
Lifelines Episode 06: The Mystery of Serotonin and Hypertension Q&A Sheet
When Ice Cream Attacks: The Mystery Of Brain Freeze
The Mystery Reaction: A Lesson on Chemical Reactions
Murder mystery for student practice of pulmonary physiology calculations
Unraveling the Mystery of Protein Folding
New to the LifeSciTRC: Best Practices for Publishing Your Research
Check out these 7 modules on best practices for publishing your research including establishing authorship, avoiding plagiarism, preventing data fabrication, and much more!
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Animal and Human Studies Consideration
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Data Management and Integrity
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Data Fabrication and Falsification
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Conflicts of Interest
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Authorship
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Overlapping Publications
Best Practices for Publishing Your Research: Preparing Text and Avoiding Plagiarism
Working with Students with Disabilities
Do you have a student with a disability in your classroom or lab? Here are some resources to help you be more inclusive.
Mentoring or Working with Students with Disabilities
Treating Cancer through Research
These student activities, articles, and videos introduce students to treatments that have been developed for cancer and the scientists behind this research.
BRCA1 and Breast Cancer
Using the Human Genome to Understand and Treat Cancer
Spying on Cancer with PET Scans
A Series of Rather Fortunate Events
Bullseye: Making Drugs Hit Targets
Conquering Cancer with Drugs from Nature’s Medicine Cabinet
Cancer: Good Cells Gone Bad
New Badge Awardees
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