Brookhaven National Lab's Computational Science Initiative (CSI) is working to develop new methods and tools to extract knowledge from Big Data. In this session, students will work with C++ code and statistics to study genetic code from various organisms, including the virus that causes COVID-19. No coding knowledge is needed to enjoy this experience!
Vocabulary: Bioinformatics, DNA, longest repeating substring, C++, algorithm
- Flexible instruction whether students are in the classroom or at home.
- Interactive, instructor-led session facilitated with students using materials from school or home. Can also be demonstration-based if students do not have access to materials.
- Teachers will receive a detailed Teacher Notes guide upon booking.
- Secure link to ZoomGov videoconferencing platform will be provided.
- $300 (BOCES-aidable)
- Time: 1 hour
- Contact us to schedule your field trip
New York State Standards
New York State Science Learning Standards
Disciplinary Core Ideas
|Crosscutting Concepts||Science and Engineering Practices|
LS1.A Structure and Function
LS3.B: Variation of Traits
LS4.A: Evidence of Common Ancestry and Diversity
Structure and Function
Systems and System Models
Analyzing and Interpreting Data
Using Mathematical and Computational Thinking
Next Generation English Language Arts Standards
|Speaking and Listening||Language|
Comprehension and Collaboration
|Vocabulary Acquisition and Use|