Maryland high school students spend a year doing research at the National Institutes of Health.
What's the most potent stimulant available on university campuses today? The excitement of scientific research. HHMI professors present their undergraduate education innovations at 2005 AAAS meeting in Washington, D.C.
An HHMI professor and 138 undergraduates co-authored a paper in PLOS Biology identifying genes essential for eye formation in the fruit fly.
Interdisciplinary thinking must be cultivated at the undergraduate level, HHMI professor Manuel Ares, Jr., writes in a Commentary in the December issue of Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.
HHMI commits $10 million to bring medical knowledge to Ph.D. studies.
El HHMI otorga cerca de 50 millones de dólares en subsidios de educación científica a 42 universidades.
HHMI is awarding nearly $50 million in science education grants to 42 colleges.
An HHMI professor, vice president, and colleagues call for enormous changes in the way undergraduates learn science.
Find out why really good scientists can be really poor teachers, and what can be done to change the situation.
These successful research scientists are equally at home in the undergraduate classroom.
Jamie Van Gompel (left), an HHMI medical student fellow at the University of Wisconsin, is following in the footsteps of his mentor, former medical student fellow Herbert Chen.
An HHMI-trained biology teacher and two of her high school students are among 13 teams selected nationwide to participate in NASA's Mars rover landings in January.
Biotechnology teacher/trainer Judith Price shows a step in the DNA fingerprinting process to Montgomery County, Maryland, biology teachers Dina Link, Patricia Richards and Sanford Herzon.
Loudoun County, Virginia, biology teacher Sarah Horning, at right, examines DNA extracted from fruit by Stone Bridge High School students Catherine Inman, Ashley Morgan and Ryan Clairmont.