HHMI names 102 new medical student fellows, research scholars
A daily dose of Jeopardy on TV keeps Eric Newman, his father, Steven, and brother, Adam, on their intellectual toes.
Deaf undergraduate Brad Buran and his cued language interpreter, Susan Schleicher, discuss his auditory neurobiology research.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute will phase out it's predoctoral program and explore other ways of fostering biomedical research.
Cincinnati middle school students and their parents are spending Saturday mornings doing science experiments.
Teachers are helping turn HHMI's Holiday Lectures on Science into a year-round educational resource. Here, SUNY Cobleskill biology professor Anne Donnelly receives indexed CDs from their co-developer, Bud Bertino.
The 2002 Holiday Lectures on Science explore genetics, genomics and their promise for the future of biomedical science.
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) has named scientists from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland to receive HHMI support.
Journalists are learning to isolate and culture mouse embryonic stem (ES)cells. Here Toronto reporter Ron Csillig tries micro-injecting ES cells into a blastocyst.
Veinte científicos de universidades de investigación han sido nombrados Profesores del HHMI. Cada uno recibirá 1 millón de dólares para mejorar la enseñanza de la ciencia de los estudiantes universitarios.
Un informe del contexto de los desafíos encarados por la educación científica en las universidades que realizan investigación, Profesores del HHMI y otros modelos de cambio.
Professor Jo Handelsman creates an environment where undergraduates feel safe asking "dumb questions."