STUDENTS FROM THE BENJAMÍN DE TUDELA HIGH SCHOOL COLLABORATE WITH 15 COUNTRIES AND ANALYZE HOW INSECTS ADAPT
Students in the 4th year of ESO, 1st and 2nd year of Baccalaureate Science of the Benjamín de Tudela High School participate for the first time in the European project Melanogaster, Catch the fly!, first European Network of Citizen Science in Adaptation Genomics. Researchers from more than 15 countries participate in the project, as well as communicators, teachers and students from Primary and Secondary education, with the objective to understand how organisms adapt to the environment, taking as a model the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster).
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