CRISPR-Cas Technology in and Out of the Classroom
Student-centered practices, including student-focused research opportunities, enhance biology education and comprehension. One way to support student interest is through research opportunities in faculty laboratories. However, alternatives to traditional research apprenticeships are important for the inclusion of more undergraduate students in CRISPR-Cas–based research. Student interest in CRISPR-Cas technologies serves as a timely focal point for deepening undergraduate student engagement in biology courses. In this article, we describe some of the ongoing efforts to bring CRISPR-Cas technology out of the classroom and into the teaching laboratory.
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Dahlberg, Lina and Groat-Carmona, Anna M., "CRISPR-Cas Technology in and Out of the Classroom" (2018). SIAS Faculty Publications. 971.