CRISPR and other genome editing technologies have escalated our potential to eradicate diseases, transform agricultural industry, and make leaps forward in environmental and life sciences. As these tools develop and their applications rise, they will play an even greater role in the lives of younger generations. CLEAR in the Classroom brings graduate researchers to young students to inform them of the past and present of genetic engineering, and engage them in ethical discussion of this technology’s future.

If you are a Bay Area High School Science teacher interested in participating, contact us at ucbclear@gmail.com.

Map of CLEAR in the Classroom Visits:

CLEAR in the classroom map

School/Organization City Classes Students Taught Date
Maranatha High School Pasadena 4 58 Oct 2, 2017
Oakland Technical High School Oakland 1 15 Oct 31, 2017
Berkeley High School Berkeley 2 48 Nov 16, 2017
Global Student Embassy – leadership class Berkeley/Alameda 1 8 Feb 3, 2018
Monte Vista Christian School – independent student group Watsonville 1 8 Feb 3, 2018
Antioch High School Antioch 4 103 Mar 13, 2018
Albany High School Albany 5 135 Mar 19, 2018
San Marin High School Novato 2 56 Mar 23, 2018
Albany High School Albany 6 162 Mar 26, 2018
Alhambra High School Martinez 3 84 Mar 27, 2018
Albany High School Albany 1  26 April 2, 2018
La Salle High School Pasadena 1 22 Apr 13, 2018

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