The Wolbachia Project (Cambridge)

Experience the next generation of the Wolbachia Project, which, for over 10 years, has introduced real-world scientific research into high school biology labs and lesson plans with inquiry, discovery, biotechnology, and a culture of excellence. 

Wolbachia is a bacterium that infects insects and is currently being tested as a biological agent to combat Dengue Fever and Zika outbreaks.  Participants will complete a revised, inexpensive PCR protocol for determining if insects are infected with the bacteria and receive reagents to do the investigation with their students.

 
 
 
 
 

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To pay by check:

  1. Reserve your space now by contacting Megan Schulz by phone 617-674-5137 or email Megan.Schulz@massbio.org
  2. Include the following info along with your check:
    • Event name
    • Type & amount (Member, Non-Member, etc.)
    • Your full name
    • Your email
    • Your phone number
  3. Checks should be made out to: MassBioEd Foundation
  4. Mail your information, the event info, and your check to:

    MassBioEd Foundation
    300 Tech Square 8th floor
    Cambridge, MA 02139
    Attn: Megan Schulz

    Email confirmation will be sent once the check is received.

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Date

Saturday, March 14, 2020
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Space is Limited

Only 15 spots remain

Category

Teacher Professional Development Workshops

Location

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Building 68
33 Ames Street
Cambridge MA 02139

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