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Remote Ready Biology Learning Activities

Remote Ready Biology Learning Activities has 50 remote-ready activities, which work for either your classroom or remote teaching.

Biology 103
2003 First Web Reports
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Biology, 2003

Students were expected, in lieu of midterm examinations, to select topics of interest to themselves and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere. * "Paul's Picks"
Christina Alfonso Bipolar Disorder and the "War on Drugs" *
Paula Arboleda Diabetes, Minority Status, and the African American and Hispanic American Communities *
Shafiqah Berry Synesthesia and the Implications of sensory fusion
Elizabeth Bryan The Truth About SARS
Manuela Ceballos Malaria and Global Responsibility
HoKyung Choi Choroidal Neovascularization
Stefanie Fedak Beating the Binge
Abigail Fritz The Giant Panda Paradigm *
Alice Goldsberry The Truth about Schizophrenia
Romina Gomez Tattoos and Their Adverse Reactions
Bessy Guevara Attention Deficit Disorder
Charlotte Haimes Alzheimer's Disease: a hopeless battle?
Adina Halpern Limb Transplants -- Modern Miracle or Future Frankenstein?
Vanessa Herrera Information for Plate Tectonics
MH Methylphenidate: Calming Chaos or Cultural Genocide?
Nomi Kaim ESP: An Effort to Quantify the Magical *
Lara Kallich Biology and Philosopy of Love *
Ramatu Kallon Human Intelligence/ IQ Controversy
Sarah Kim Why Stress Affects Everybody Differently *
Jessica Knapp Social Equality and Environmentalism *
Natalya Krimgold Extroversion, Introversion, and the Brain *
Talia Liben Safe, By a Hair
Kathryn McMahon Steering Clear of Queer Steers *
Biology Student 2003 Epilepsy and the Blood Type Diet
Diana Medina Migraine: The Unbearable Headache *
Rochelle Merilien Persistant Resistant Germs
Flicka Michaels How does Memory Work? Can We Improve Our Memories?
Katherine Ottati Partial Birth Abortion
Patricia Palermo Symmetry? Could This be the Answer to the Age Old Question; "What is Beauty?" *
Brittany Pladek The Amazing Cheesy Adventures of Professor Sanderson's Paleobiology Class! Part 1: Therapsids *
Su-Lyn Poon How the Pendulum Swings: The nature-nurture debate *
Maria Scott-Wittenborn Why Do We Blush *
Mariya Simakova A Mad Artist, Or Does He Really Hear Yellow (And Why Should We Care) *
MT Cervical Cancer: The Best Form of Prevention Is To Be Informed And Aware
Margaret Tucker The Mozart Effect *
Brianna Twofoot Early Childhood Cognitive Development
Lindsay Updegrove Sleep too much?
La Toiya La Vita Science and the Judicial System *
Enor Wagner Turning Back Time *
Megan Williams Emergency Contraception
Julia Wise Placebos: Can a Sugar Pill Cure? *
Laura Wolfe The Myth of the Five Senses *

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