Digital World Biology (DWBio) is attending the National Science Foundation - Advanced Technological Education (NSF-ATE) Principle Investigators (PI) meeting October 23-25, 2019. In addition to our booth at Wednesday evening's showcase, DWBio's Dr. Sandra Porter, along with Dr. Ruth Wrightsman, and Dr. Deborah Overath, will host a breakfast roundtable discussion on social media. And, Friday we'll join our InnovATEBIO colleagues as we introduce the new national center for biotechnology education: InnovATE BIO
Dr. Sandra Porter presents at the 5th Life Discovery Conference (March 21-23) in Gainsville FL.
Caturday Microbiomes – Thinking Outside the Litter Box With Danny and Lil Bub
Author : Sandra Porter, Digital World Biology LLC and Bio-Link
Abstract : Learn how to investigate and compare the microbiomes from Lil Bub, a YouTube celebrity cat with several genetic abnormalities, and Danny, a normal house cat, using whole genome DNA sequencing data provided by Phase ... Read more
Are you attending the WSTA conference in Bellingham ? Be sure to look for the Digital World Biology booth. We will have iPads with Molecule World, so you can try out some molecular modeling and we'll have card decks for playing lower tech card games. You'll be able to play Amino Fish , ... Read more
Bioinformatics methods tap into some amazing technologies and resources but the real power of these tools isn't always clear to our students. This talk will focus on using a combination of protein blast and molecular modeling to identify amino acids in a drug binding site and predict whether a different protein will be likely to bind the same drug.
In talk, I will demonstrate how existing drugs might be repurposed to treat viral infections. Learn how students can apply bioinformatics tools like BLAST and Molecule World to address real-world problems and make discoveries ... Read more
SEATTLE, Digital World Biology LLC ( https://dwbio.com ), a biotechnology education company, announces that it has received a $351,000 three-year grant from the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technology Education Program to advance Biotech-Careers.org and Bio-Link.org capabilities (award DUE 1764225 ) . In the project, DWBio will introduce capabilities to Biotech-Careers.org that help improve students’ knowledge of biotech opportunities and ability to find employment as well as improve and sustain the digital infrastructure connecting the biotech-education online community.Read more
The 14th Annual Worthington BiO conference will be help April 5th & 6th, 2018 in Worthington, MN. Sponsored by the Worthington Regional Economic Development Corporation, the conference will feature speakers from the Minnesota Department of Labor, industry representatives, students, and several speakers from the Bio-Link National Advanced Technology Education Center for Biotechnology. Dr. Sandra Porter, Co-PI on the Bio-Link National Center, the AC2 Regional Bio-Link Center, and START Immunobiotechnology, will talk about "Building a biotech powerhouse in Worthington, Minnesota," and ... Read more
Sandra Porter, PhD, president of Digital World Biology will be speaking on Friday, Mar. 16th at Flathead Valley Community College's DNA Bootcamp for Teachers in Kalispell, MT. Dr. Porter will work with teachers on using molecular modeling to see how proteins (or drugs) bind to DNA molecules and in exploring mutations that affect protein structure and function.
The workshop is sponsored by a grant from the Advanced Technology Education Program at the National Science Foundation.