Student Research Fellows East Day 1!

Micropipetting Machine

Micropipetting Machine

What a great group of students from the Spokane area–and what a day!

“We learned how to determine if a question is ethical. We also learned how to use an assortment of new tools–sequencing DNA.” – Kelsey

“We were future CSI trainees.” – Habeebah

CSI Spokane

Dr. Sylvia Oliver taught us how to use micropipettes and run gel electrophoresis boxes to find out if a horrendous crime was committed to cover up the kidnapping of a baby.

The DNA doesn’t lie!

Stained with Cyber Gold, visible under UV light

Stained with Cyber Gold, visible under UV light

How much is a million?

Jason and Vlad Find One in a Million

The Big Find: See it? The little black bead right in the middle? That's it!

View more information on the Summer Student Research Fellows program at NWABR.

This program was supported by a Collaborations to Understand Research and Ethics (CURE), 1R25RR0251131, a Science Education Partnership Award from the National Center for Research Resources. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Center for Research Resources or the National Institutes of Health.

Collaborations to Understand Research and Ethics, a Science Education Partnership Award from the National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health

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