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September Newsletter

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

You can read the September 2010 Newsletter here. Volume 1.4, September 2010. Technology Enables Tiny Dreams

August Newsletter

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

View our August Newsletter here. To register for our Newsletter, go to our registration page. And please give us feed back about anything at all at our feedback survey (extremely short). And please!  If you are a teacher, we really really want your feedback!!!  Please answer a few (very few) questions about Immune Attack!  HERE.

Want to Design Science Video Games?

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

We need you! FAS Educational Technology Program is collaborating with Muzzy Lane Software to create a series of video games that help middle school students and teachers prepare for middle school science proficiency exams.  The collaboration is intended to draw in teachers, students, game designers and anyone interested to contributing to the design of the […]

Where to find Science Games.

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Here is the list of science games that we are continuously updating for you. Flash Games played over the web: MedMyst (about hunting down infectious diseases) CSI:The Experience (just like the show, only you need to use your own brain!) N-Squad You take on the role of a forensic scientist, solving crimes and investigating mysterious […]

A History of Immune Attack

Monday, December 7th, 2009

2001 The Beginning:  Gathering Evidence. The Federation of American Scientists started gathering research about how technology could be used to transform education in 2001.  Under the guidance of their new president Henry Kelly, the FAS launched the Learning Science and Technology Research and Development Roadmap project, which brought together approximately 100 researchers from the academic, […]

E.O. Wilson says Games are the future of Education

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

Dr. E. O. Wilson is interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition by Will Wright, the creator of the video game, The Sims.  Dr. Wilson is Professor Emeritus (retired) at Harvard. You can listen to the interview on NPR’s website. At the beginning of the interview, E. O. Wilson says that games are the future of education.  […]

Are we human or are we bacteria?

Saturday, May 30th, 2009

NPR just reported on research done on the various kinds of bacteria that live on our body.  NPR is referring to new report from the lab of Julia Segre, Ph.D., at the National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH.   Here is the link to the article that NPR is talking about in PubMedCentral.   Here is the […]

Science of Immune Attack

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

Welcome to the blog about the Science of Immune Attack.  This page is just for fun reading and discussion. The first topic is Nanotechnology. The Nanobot in our game, Immune Attack is constructed of so far unspecified materials.   For Immune Attack 2.0, we would like to specify how our Nanobot is constructed.  We are currently […]

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