Our new game is a two dimensional strategy game called Immune Defense. Seven kinds of white bloods cells can be bought and deployed in the never-ending, always-escalating war against 15 viral and bacterial pathogens. Part 1 of Immune Defense to be released February 1, 2013. Part 2 will be ready for beta testing In June, […]
What follows is my personal history with Medical Illustration. I was very proud to present my work on Immune Attack and Immune Defense at the 2012 conference of the Association of Medical Illustrators. Click here for my slides: Association of Medical Illustrators presentation, July 28, 2012 I am proud to carry on the tradition of […]
If you are a new science teacher, you can apply to the New York Academy of Science for a summer academy designed just for you.
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Everyone seems to have an opinion about teacher’s role in the classroom of the future. Some claim that teachers should get out of the way and let kids simply have unfettered access to the internet. Others imagine a classroom in which teachers curate the vast world of information that is available and facilitate students’ understanding. [...]
We need you Are you a teacher with access to PC computers? Test IA in your classroom! We spent 2010 developing an excellent test of learning and attitudes toward molecular biology. Now we need students in 7th – 12th grades to play IA1.0 for 2 class periods and and then take our survey. Please register [...]
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www.moleclues.org is a website where you can learn about the things molecules do… like make us fall in love, for instance. The people behind Moleclues and the Year of Chemistry are The Molecular Frontiers Foundation. Moleclues wants you to know that 2011 is the international YEAR OF CHEMISTRY! Watch their videos about chemistry, there will [...]
STEM Challenge! This fall the first National STEM Video Game Challenge invited professional, collegiate, and youth developers to submit prototypes of games to inspire STEM learning for kids pre-k to 4th grade. The winners will be announced soon. You can get your students or yourself involved next year! Read about the contest [...]
To build appreciation for the science of immunology, we need to find the fun in it. Many thousands of people spend their lives in windowless laboratories, standing day in and day out, barely speaking to their silent lab mates, often working in a 4°C room, or holding their arms up for hours while they conduct [...]
Wonder whether your students will like Immune Attack? Wonder whether it is game enough to hold their attention? Well watch this video. And oh, if you work for a AAA video game company you can reach me by email! Thank you to Debbie Kovesdy, her students and the biology teachers who participated in our evaluation. [...]
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At the USA Science and Engineering Expo, we had a great time introducing our “free Video Game” to 4000 people. While kids of all ages ran into our booth to see for themselves whether Immune Attack was any good or not, parents were happy to hear that our video game is about white blood cells [...]