DIY Electrophoresis OFFSITE - Telus World of Science

Gel electrophoresis is as a very common analytical tool used in laboratories around the world. Learn about technology and experiments conducted in a genetics lab that will provide students with a greater understanding of scientific methods and process. This hands-on workshop explores how to set up an electrophoresis experiment using simple materials which can easily be reproduced in the school lab.

Target Audience
Secondary (e.g. 8-12)

Language of Instruction
English

Sponsoring PSA
BC Science Teachers' Association (BCScTA)

Sessions



Presenters

Friderike Moon

Friderike Moon is a Program Specialist for Science World.

Amanda Brown

Amanda Brown is Genome British Columbia's Educational Outreach Coordinator. Through this role, she assists the Education Manager in promoting and coordinating Genome BC's Geneskool Outreach Programs, including classroom workshops and travelling suitcase exhibits.

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