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Famous Scientists & Their Jam: Rosalind Franklin and crystallography!

Written by Jacqui on March 8th, 2018.      0 comments

A practical experiment for a science history lesson!

We love a good hands-on experiment! Why not combine it with a story taken from the science history books? Here's one for understanding the work of Rosalind Franklin, the awesome scientist who used crystallography to decipher the secret structure of DNA!

Rosalind Franklin black and white portrait photo
Great scientists from the past!

Teaching Topics: edchat, history , scicomm, teaching
 

CILC; the heart of North American distance learning

Written by Ben Newsome on June 6th, 2014.      0 comments

After two flights from Alaska I continued my Winston Churchill Fellowship travels toward Indianapolis to visit the heart of North American video conferencing at the Center for Interactive Learning & Collaboration (CILC).

Bringing together over 230 content providers, 10,000’s of teachers and over 90 countries the CILC has truly become a center of video conferencing over the past 20 years of operation...

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Coordinating 1000's of schools
 
 

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