High School Biology

High School Biology students have been learning about how antibiotics have caused changes in bacterial populations in their evolution unit, and they decided a hands-on investigation was needed to answer some of their questions. They used sterile swabs to collect bacterial samples from different locations of the school and plated their samples in Petri dishes. They wanted to know where they could find bacteria, how it gets onto us, and how to remove it.

Check back later to see what they find out!

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