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- CRISPR, CRISPR, CRISPR
- The never-ending human genome project.
- General Ambrose Burnside is arguably one of the worst…
- A Vector Badging System?
- We would love your feedback
- David is spending some time learning R, which is being taught to him in R-studio by R itself via the SWIRL project.
- Here’s a nice teacher-friendly statistics guide.
- The surreptitious photo that David took of Paul
- The Force Concept Inventory
- Shirt ordering is re-opened by popular demand.
- They are like being caressed by a field of these guys.
This Week's Topic: Modeling
- Paul would like to apologize to Kim M. for his initial response to her question.
- A very cool way to get students to recapitulate conservation of mass conceptions
- What is fire?
- Whiteboarding is SO USEFUL!
- The American Modeling Teacher Association.
- David’s first conversation in AP Biology.
- Noisy Fast Plant Data.
- The kids who do the organelle campaign video always knock it out of the park.
- What are the 15 problems in biology that work best for modeling? Some possibilities
- Paul’s African Experience was actually more like this.
- Paul learned about concrete on the new podcast from Gimlet media.
- Also, this is NEVER how our show will be produced.
- Dr. David Goodsell has made all of the figures from “The Machinery of Life” available for non-commercial, private educational use (please attribute him appropriately).
- David’s favorite figure about what’s going down inside a cell.
- David feels that he did not make the most eloquent use-case for R that could be made. He welcomes other attempts.
- David also acknowledges that he may well have spoiled a crucial part of “A Song of Ice and Fire”.