Technical experts, policymakers, and defense planners are continually faced with the challenge of anticipating the impact of emerging security challenges. New frameworks are therefore needed to understand both the benefits and risks associated with emerging developments and the different forces at work that will determine if and how they will be realized. To that end, […]
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 […]
Hi. Do you have a kid at home who is 8? Or are you a kid who is 8? Perhaps you are a kid who is 14, or 34. What would you like to do when you grow up? Would you like to help the environment, work for major league baseball, or discover something about […]
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Check out this great Immune Attack demonstration video!! If you would like to see what Immune Attack is exactly like, watch MrKenbinkley’s video of himself playing Immune Attack! Spoiler alert! This video is better if you are a teacher, and less interesting if you are a PLAYER! If you are a student and you are […]
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Here are a few places where you can hear Melanie Stegman speaking about Immune Attack2 development, how to use Immune Attack in a classroom and how learning games (should optimally) get made. Melanie is also very interested in getting feedback from teachers, so if you are at any other these events, step up and say […]
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. [...]
Congressional Caucus for Competitiveness in Entertainment Technology, or E-Tech was formed in February by U.S. Representatives Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Kevin Brady. You can read about the Caucus and see which members of the House have joined it on the Video Game Voters Network. You can watch Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz speak on Technology and Education [...]
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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