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BIOL 1221: Molecules to Humankind: Start here

Brainstorming ideas for your project

Remember that your project must focus on cellular/DNA aspects of development and aging, from the perspective of the “biology of healthy aging,” (but it can include health challenges related to cellular/DNA issues.

Need help finding a topic?

Try browsing the Genetics Home Reference from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

Try to phrase your research topic as a question, and remember it should have two parts:

  • Genetic or cellular aspect
  • Relationship to development and aging (from infancy through “old age”)

Need help? Contact the Science & Engineering Librarian

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