What can one learn from Orca scat? Ask the Project Biotech high school students who participated in the one-week “Biotechnology & the Environment” camp at Shoreline Community College July 25-29. Using the same techniques that biological researchers in the field use, including DNA sequence analysis and immunological assays, campers ran a series of tests on Orca scat to determine which […]Read more ›
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For the second year in a row, Shoreline’s Biotechnology Lab Program recently hosted Project Biotech, a summer camp for high school students. Over two dozen area high schoolers from 18 different schools attended this year’s program, which offered two separate five-day camps. The first camp, held on Shoreline’s campus June 22-26, was themed “Introduction to Biotech.” It taught students the […]Read more ›
Two dozen budding scientists just spent a week on the Shoreline Community College campus at the first ever Project Biotech. “It was a huge success,” said Adrienne Houck, Amgen Biotech Experience outreach manager at the college. The camp, July 7-11, drew students ranging from graduating eight-graders to graduating high school seniors from schools around the Puget Sound region. “The students […]Read more ›