Thank you for visiting the virtual version of…

Thank you for visiting the virtual version of Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010. This has been the fourth annual event and we look forward to next year! The event was co-presented by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research and Pacific Science Center.

More than 250 local researchers, volunteers, and staff represented 26 organizations, companies, and academic departments. Nearly 10,000 guests visited Pacific Science Center during Life Sciences Research Weekend, and there were more than 1,000 unique visitors to this event blog in its first week. There have been more than 30,000 visitors to this blog all-time, better than tripling the event attendance. Thank you!

Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010 was blogged by Brian Glanz for NWABR

Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010 was blogged by Brian Glanz for NWABR

Life Sciences Research Weekend 2010 :: Photos by Mohini Patel Glanz

Photography by Mohini Patel Glanz.

Posts in this event blog:

Scroll down on the home page for all posts, or choose:

What was in that flu shot?

Do you want to take a test?

Have you ever extracted DNA?!

How the World Breathes

Be a scientist!

Discover the vital roles of animals in research

Would you like to see a flatworm?

The scientific method in action

Do you know what DNA is?

Blood and Guts and Science on Wheels

Solving Puzzles for Science

Make a protein bracelet

Examine mutant flies, worms, and plants

High tech simulations for health emergencies

Trick your brain — optical and auditory illusions

Fruit of the future

How things change at very small scales

Bioengineered devices

Heart health, disease, and prevention

Microbiology — What is creeping around your house?

Neuroscience for Kids

Virtual reality therapy with SnowWorld

By Brian Glanz for NWABR. Please reuse and remix! We share with a Creative Commons Attribution License.

Advertisements