BioEYES is a K-12 science education program which provides classroom-based learning opportunities through the use of live zebrafish. The program is designed to foster enthusiasm for science by giving students opportunities to explore science through watching life develop firsthand. The program also seeks to empower teachers by providing opportunities for professional development and a co-teaching experience with trained science consultants.
In partnership with the Department of Molecular Genetics and Project BioEYES, professor Sharon Amacher and genetics researcher Uyen Tram brought the joy of scientific discovery into four Barrington Elementary School classrooms in Fall 2019 and to two Cranbrook elementary school classrooms in Spring 2020.
BioEYES Ohio State Program Fund Provides support for outreach programming and other initiatives of the BioEYES project at Ohio State. Click the link below to donate to the fund: