Educators from around the country are headed to Ames for a nationalsymposium on biotechnology. Iowa State University’s Walter Fehr (fair) saysthe goal is to help educators understand how to best deliver informationabout the science of biotechnology. Fehr, who is I-S-U’s director oftechnology, hopes to stimulate discussion about how to encourage newteachers to enter the field. The event begins Sunday and concludes Tuesday. Representatives from Pioneer Hy-Bred in Johnston and Trans Ova Genetics inSioux Center will be among those giving presentations at the symposium.
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