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Bio-Link.org

offers instructional materials and professional development for biotechnology instructors. Find online courses, lab equipment, publications, information on biotech in high school, "training industry personnel as community college biotech instructors," and more. A biotech news roundup includes articles on genes and a range of topics -- anxiety, addiction, acne, cystic fibrosis, depression, muscles, sudden oak death, prostate cancer, and others. (Bio-Link, National Science Foundation)

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In July 1846, 81 men, women, and children known as the Donner party set out from Illinois by wagon train, bound for California with dreams of land and a new life. That October, an early snowfall on California's Sierra Nevada stopped the would-be settlers in their tracks.
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