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New outreach materials available online!

last modified Dec 18, 2014 02:18 PM
SLCU is making some of its outreach materials available online after requests from teachers at the Big Biology Day

 

Following requests from teachers, SLCU has created online versions of posters and microscopy images. Further outreach materials including games, practical experiments, videos and podcasts are planned.  This is an exciting new venture for the Laboratory, and we look forward to expanding the range of resources we can offer. 

Online resources

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Big Biology Day, October 2014.

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