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Undergraduate biology education: Making science go viral

According to a newly published analysis, students in HHMI's Science Education Alliance-PHAGES program have published their own scientific results, receive higher grades in their biology courses, are more likely to continue their education than overall student populations, and report an engagement in the process of science similar to what is reported by students who participate in ?traditional? apprentice-based summer research.
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