genomics

Relay For Life focuses on themes of celebration, remembrance, fighting back

Strolling down the track, fighting with plastic robots or breaking the rules of a silent rave to belt out “Call Me Maybe,” hundreds of students gathered on Francis Field Saturday night for Washington University’s annual Relay For Life. The event, which ranked fifth in fundraising among all college Relays, raised $212,814.

| Staff Reporter

WU genomics class expands to other schools

A Washington University initiative is providing universities and colleges nationwide with a research-based student curriculum in genomics. A collaborative effort led by Sarah Elgin, professor of biology and education who also teaches genetics at the School of Medicine, the Genomics Education Partnership (GEP) has found that its research-based genomics class is as effective at teaching […]

| Staff Reporter

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