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The profound advances in genetics are creating exciting opportunities for using genetic information in our daily lives. Once an unfamiliar science, genetics is now entering everyday conversations. Join our Education Community to access free educational resources!

  • April 17 Webinar – Engaging communities through DNA, one Genetics Club at a time

    Professor Bryant McAllister, founder of the DNA Interest Group, will share his strategy on:

    – How to inspire students to learn more about DNA
    – How to lead a successful Genetics Club
    – How to motivate students to share genetics outside of the classroom and share their passion for genetics with the local community

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  • 23andMe Educators Summit

    As schools were letting out for the summer, 23 professors and teachers from public and private universities, community colleges and Ivy League schools across the U.S. convened at 23andMe headquarters in Mountain View for the inaugural 23andMe Educators Summit.

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  • Congratulations to Tara Turley-Stoulig
    23andMe Education Grant winner

    “Through the 23andMe grant program, my undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn more about their own, personal genetic information and develop a better understanding of what these types of services offer. We will be able to dive into genetics in a completely different and individualized way, bringing the science of the process into view and applying a creative twist. This means I can provide a genetics education experience that is unique for students and engaging on a whole new level.” – Tara Turley-Stoulig

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  • Teacher’s story
    Professor David Matthes

    “Teaching students the rules of inheritance, of gene expression, and genetic variability feels like teaching them some of the most vital secrets of the universe. With the availability of personal genetic data from 23andMe we get the opportunity to make genetics personal: it’s not just “a haplotype” it’s their haplotype. It’s not just an ancestry informative marker, it’s the one they inherited.” – David Matthes

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The 23andMe Education Program is designed to support and advance genetics education. By joining the community, educators and students will receive important updates from the 23andMe Education team about new educational resources, events, programs, and opportunities to engage with 23andMe. The 23andMe Education site is intended for U.S. visitors only.