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DNA Barcoding

Posted on April 23, 2018

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Eighth graders are conducting independent research using DNA Barcoding as the capstone project in their yearlong study of biology and life science. Through the school's partnership with the Cold Spring Harbor DNA Learning Center, DNALC educators visit Saint David's eighth grade science classes for several sessions, bringing advanced tools of molecular biology. This is the fifth year of our collaboration with DNALC.

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