Tag Archives: fungi

If you don’t know ABLE yet, you should

I just got back from the 2016 conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE). If you teach biology labs at any level, you really should check it out. It’s hands-down my favorite meeting of the year because it’s about … Continue reading

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“Citizen Science” That Could Save Lives

If a few minutes of your time could help researchers discover a new antibiotic or cancer treatment, wouldn’t you willingly devote that time? It really might turn out to be that easy! Recently, my class was fortunate enough to visit … Continue reading

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Fungal Fun for the Holidays

Too bad the semester just ended at the University of Oklahoma, because one of my students just sent me a link that I could have used in both of my classes (mycology and nonmajors biology). The link is to a blog … Continue reading

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