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Revision as of 16:28, 17 October 2014

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Outreach

Our goal is to make synthetic biology accessible to everyone. We worked with people of all ages and education levels, from children to high school biology teachers, to enhance their understanding of biology, specifically synthetic biology. Additionally, we presented our project research to various groups including other scientists, college students, and high school students. We also made an effort to work directly with both children and adults in our community, hoping to spur interest in younger minds as well as to garner a greater understanding of genetic engineering by the community as a whole.