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Polycom Special Event





Body Blueprint

with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History


Date:          Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Time:          12-1:00 ET (11:00 CT, 10:00 MT, 9:00 PT)

Grades:        6th-8th grades


Partners: Author coordination/liaison: Elaine Shuck, Polycom, Inc.,

Event coordination: Sue Porter, Polycom Education Consultant


Investigate the basics of heredity and discover how the genes you inherited from your parents determine much of who youare. Review the structure of DNA to see how genetic information is organized. Find out which students have dominant or recessive traits by conducting experiments with your class. Museum specimens from our Hamann-Todd Human Osteological Collection (the world’s largest documented collection of modern human skeletal remains!) will be used to illustrate how our concepts of human taxonomy have changed since the advent of DNA technology.


Download the event support materials: Body Blueprint


Questions? Email Sue Porter - susan.porter@polycom.com




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