News and Events

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News and Events


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


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


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.  


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.


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


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


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.



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!


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™!


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"