At the new Phoenix Union Bioscience High School in Phoenix, students tap data into laptop computers and splice DNA in labs that would rival what is typically seen at colleges and research facilities. The school building itself is be a teaching tool, with invisible sound barriers between study areas, cooling and plumbing systems left exposed for study, and impressions of fossils set into concrete walls. To learn more about the Bioscience High School, view this know99 Television segment.
New Phoenix Union Bioscience H.S. opens
January 15, 2008