The educational outreach team is providing professional development opportunities to high school life sciences educators across the state through regional workshops (GREAT).
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – HudsonAlpha’s iCell is now fully available on the Windows 8 platform, potentially reaching an audience of more than 4 million Windows 8 users worldwide. The new Microsoft system features easier-to-open apps for tablets and PCs, making iCell easier to access on Windows 8 devices.
“It simplifies the process of being able to use the iCell application,” said Adam Hott, Ed.D., coordinator of educational outreach. “This makes iCell more accessible and puts it in the hands of users more efficiently.”
News Outlet:The Huntsville Times, al.com
Date published:June 17, 2013
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Nine teachers from Madison County are among the teachers selected to take part in the Genetic Technologies for Alabama Classrooms teacher academy at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. The two-week program is designed to give teachers the experience and knowledge to teach genetics effectively to their students.