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Discovering Biology in the Lab cultivates the critical-thinking skills of non-science majors by constantly asking them to consider why they are doing what they are doing, how their experience in the lab connects to what they learn in lecture, and how they can apply these concepts to the real world. The best value for your students: Custom manuals cost just $1 per lab when packaged with the textbook and just $4 per lab standalone (7-lab minimum)
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Tara A. Scully is the Supervisor of Biological Laboratories at The George Washington University, where she regularly teaches introductory biology courses and laboratories to nonscience majors. She received her MFS from The George Washington University, specializing in forensic science research with a concentration on fiber evidence, and is currently a PhD candidate with a research focus in developmental biology. She has worked for a nonprofit agency training prosecutors nationwide on how to present forensic evidence--specifically DNA--in criminal cases.
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