Twenty leading researchers receive $1 million each to teach undergraduates.
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A background report on the challenges that undergraduate science education faces at research universities, the HHMI Professors and other models for change.
High School biology teachers from Russia and Singapore are spending a science-filled summer in New York. Here Tan Aik Ling works in a plant genetics lab.
The recipients of the new undergraduate grants will put their awards to good use.
New grants will nurture teaching and promote interdisciplinary courses.
HHMI has selected thirteen medical students from across the country to receive support for another year of research.
Middle schoolers in Wisconsin restored a prairie and then burned it to the ground. What are they up to?
HHMI has invited biomedical research institutions across the nation to compete for almost $12 million in community outreach grants.
Twins Rebecca and Susan Kahane share an interest in biomedical research.
When University of Alabama undergraduates asked biomedical researchers, ministers and musicians how the Human Genome Project will affect their lives and work, they got thought-provoking answers.
Seventy-five graduate students and 53 medical students have won new fellowships.
New grants will support young scientists in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland.
Washington University undergraduates bring science to life in an inner city school.
Evaluation and curriculum design projects received $50,000 grants from HHMI.
Middle school teachers and students are learning about the human body.
El HHMI otorga 16.25 millones de dólares en nuevos subsidios a 43 investigadores biomédicos en Canadá y cinco países de América latina.
HHMI has awarded $16.25 million in new grants to 43 biomedical researchers in Canada and five Latin American countries.
Is it ever too early to teach children science. Not according to these Chicago preschoolers.
Ninety-two graduate students and 69 medical students have won new fellowships.
HHMI is challenging research scientists to be more creative in teaching undergraduates. There is $20 million at stake for those who do.