Project SMART (Science and Mathematics Achievement through Research Training) challenges, educates, and motivates talented high school students in science and technology. In 2021, this will be a remote learning experience on the topic of Biotechnology. Students will study advanced topics and techniques in animal, human, plant and microbial biotechnology through lectures and discussions.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn the interdisciplinary nature of the field of biotechnology and the applications and implications (economic, social, environmental, legal, ethical and moral) of recent scientific advancements of these tools to society. In addition to learning/doing science, students will gain a greater appreciation for careers associated with this field of science while establishing relationships with peers and gaining mentors with UNH faculty and staff.
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In 2021, this will be a remote learning program. Dates & Times:
Note: Students must apply and be admitted into Project SMART. Do not enroll here unless you have received word of your acceptance from the program director. Click the '+' sign on the block on the right to complete the enrollment process after you have been admitted to the program.
Project SMART 2021 is offered as a remote learning session.
Details regarding technology requirements and expectations will be sent by the program staff before the start date.