First Genes in Space workshop in Colorado
Wings Over the Rockies recently hosted a Genes in Space workshop for educators at their Exploration of Flight museum near Denver, Colorado. In a building filled with aerospace history (and really cool airplanes) Colorado educators brainstormed ways to bring Genes in Space into their classrooms. They also got a chance to get hands-on with the same DNA analysis equipment used on the International Space Station to participate in a simulation where they identified the source of food borne illness aboard the ISS. To learn more about Genes in Space workshops and how to host your own visit the Workshops Page.
We want to thank the educators who participated for such a fun day and our generous host at Wings over the Rockies, April Lanotte, for all the work she put into making sure the workshop was a success. This workshop was sponsored by miniPCR and Boeing. Check out photos below: