News and Events

Digital World Biology develops educational materials and software and provides professional development and consulting services.  

News and Events

9-9-16

Learn about how to turn molecular biology into a hands-on activity by teaching with molecular structures.

9-9-16

Learn about molecular modeling and make a one-of-a-kind T shirt at the HiveBio Community Lab.

09-09-16

Come learn about CRISPR / Cas9 and how it's used for genome engineering.  Dr. Sandra Porter, from Digital World Biology, will co-present with Dr. Thomas Tubon, Madison College, WI on Sept. 30th, 2016, in the Bio-Link webinar series.  

03-07-16

Dr. Sandra Porter, from Digital World Biology, to demonstrate using molecular models as tools to explore structure function relationships at the Life Discovery - Doing Science Education conference, March 18-19, Baltimore, MD.

02-02-16

Digital World Biology Presents, "Using molecular models and sequences to understand new technologies: CRISPR/Cas9 in Molecule World™" at the annual Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilites (ABRF) Feb. 20, 2016

10-06-2015

Digital World Biology Presents, "Overcoming Technical Barriers to Incorporate Molecular Structures in Teaching with Molecule World™ on the iPad and iPhone," at the annual American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) Oct. 10, 2015

03-25-2015

Thanks to OKINBRE and Tulsa Community College, Dr. Sandra Porter will be speaking in a workshop for community college and high school faculty on the Molecules of Disease, Friday, Mar 27th, 2015.

 

03-22-2015

Digital World Biology will attend the annual ABRF (Association for Biomedical Research Facilities) conference in St. Louis, MO March 28-31. Look for us poster 122!

Come try Molecule World™ 2.1!

02-26-2015

Digital World Biology will attend the annual NSTA conference in Chicago, IL, March 12-15. Look for us at booth 879!

Come try Molecule World 2.1 and the MW DNA Binding Lab™!

02-12-2015

Digital World Biology will participate in the AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Community College Forum: Innovations That Prepare Students for STEM Careers meeting in San Jose CA on February 12. Todd Smith will participate in a panel on Bioinformatics Education and Undergraduate Research in the Community College." He will give an introductory presentation entitled "Workforce Needs and Bioinformatics Education"