Blair High School’s Biology Students’ The Future of Genetics Project

“Have you wondered if humans could regrow fingers? What if we could clone endangered species? Elephants have less cancer than humans; could we move that ability into humans?”

Blair’s Ms. Manzanares’ biology students have been working on their Future of Genetics project. Inspired by an integrated project originally with the Health Careers Academy, they have decided on current problems they would like to solve and are researching what scientists already know how to do. Next they will determine what we don’t know and propose their own new solutions to solving the problem.

The symposium will be on Feb 17 from 7:50-9:57. BHS invites the public to share in their hard work. Come visit the student presentations. Please stop in the C campus (middle school) office to sign in to campus and then visit the students and displays in 1215. All are welcome.

Questions, please email Ms. Manzanares at

Blair High and Middle School, 1135 S. Euclid Ave., Pasadena, (626) 396-5820 or visit



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