• Professional Development Opportunities

    Genetic Technologies for ALL Classrooms (GTAC)

    Attention ALL Life Sciences Educators:

    Need to update your content knowledge in genetics and genomics? Visit hudsonalpha.org/GTACnational for more info and to register now for our national workshop.

    Dates: July 23 to 27, 2018

    GTAC: Essential Biology

    Attention Alabama public high school science educators:

    Dig deeply into modern genetics at our free workshop focused on General Biology content. Visit hudsonalpha.org/gtac for more info and to register today.

  • FREE Public Seminar Webcast

    Biotech 201 Public Seminar WEBCAST

    How can biotechnology … ?

    Have you ever wondered if we can harness the power of biotechnology to solve a crime? Predict someone’s death? Create designer babies? Colonize life on Mars? Join us for the live webcast of this year’s Biotech 201 series where we will explore a broad range of societal challenges that can be addressed using biotechnology.

    Webcast starts tonight – Register today at hudsonalpha.org/biotech201.

  • Summer Camps for Middle Schoolers

    Middle School Summer Camps

    Registration for all camps opens February 14. Go to hudsonalpha.org/summercamps to reserve your spot today!

    Code of Life

    Begin the week by extracting DNA from a variety of organisms and end the week with a little genetic engineering.

    June 4-8, 1 to 4 pm
    June 18-22, 1 to 4 pm
    July 30-August 3, 9 am to noon

    The Secret Lab

    (formerly UDSO)
    Use biotechnology tools to build a system to let townspeople know when their water is safe to drink

    June 11-15, 1 to 4 pm

    I Want to Work in a Lab Coat

    Spend a week investigating the tools, techniques and science behind modern biotech careers.

    July 16-20, 9 am to noon


  • Summer Short Course for High Schoolers

    Summer Short Course

    Explore the exciting world of next generation genetics in our three week program for high school students.

    June 4-22, 2018, 8 am to noon

    Registration opens February 21. Visit hudsonalpha.org/summer-short-course to register.

  • After School Program for High Schoolers


    Answer scientific research questions and learn to work independently in a laboratory setting in our free after school program.

    Applications are open now through March 30. Visit hudsonalpha.org/education/labs to learn more and apply.

  • Internship Opportunities

    BioTrain Internships for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

    Connect classwork with real‐world job experience and gain skills and knowledge that will prepare you for a career in biotechnology.

    All applications are due February 15. Visit hudsonalpha.org/biotrain to learn more and apply.

  • Genomic Medicine Conference

    Attend the Genomic Medicine Conference March 6-8 on HudsonAlpha’s campus!

    The Genomic Medicine Conference: Empowering Personal Health focuses on advancing knowledge in the field of genomic medicine in a clinical care setting. The interdisciplinary and international program is designed to educate a broad audience – including clinicians and scientists as well as members of the general public – about clinical whole genome sequencing (WGS) and how genomic medicine is increasingly being integrated into clinical care.

    Visit genomicmedicineconference.org for more info.

  • DNA Day Celebration

    Join us for GeneChat, our annual social media blitz!

    Celebrate DNA Day by participating in GeneChat, our annual social media blitz. DNA Day commemorates the completion of the Human Genome Project in April 2003 and the discovery of the DNA double helix in 1953. To mark this occasion, HudsonAlpha will host a virtual conversation connecting our researchers with classrooms and the public on our social media platforms. We’ll answer questions related to genetics, genomics and biotechnology and highlight careers in those fields.

    April 25, 9 am to 2 pm

    Visit hudsonalpha.org/genechat for more info.


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