Gene Stowe | May 5, 2015
High school and grade school students from around the country will be able to experience the life of a Notre Dame science student for a week this summer. The Notre Dame DNA Learning Center will hold week-long residential camps this summer for students who are entering grades 8 through 11, and day camps for students who are entering grades 7 through 10.
The Notre Dame DNA Learning Center is a hands-on learning center for genetics and molecular biology that was created to engage K-12 students and community members in cutting-edge research that is transforming the modern world. The center, which was made possible by the generosity of John and Heidi Passarelli (’72), is a licensee of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory DNA Learning Center (DNALC) in New York and utilizes a successful model of teaching methods, technology, and intellectual property of
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