DNA Lab for Students, Teachers Opens in Harlem with Help from CSHL, HHMI | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A new genomics and biology lab was unveiled this week in New York City that will be used to teach teachers and students about DNA research and cell biology research.
 
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, which partnered with Howard Hughes Medical Institute on the project, said this week that the Harlem DNA Lab will be used by students and teachers from all over the New York City Public School system as a learning tool.
 

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