EduSTEM Breakthrough Biology: Introduction

About EduSTEM Breakthrough Biology

Ayush Noori

Welcome to EduSTEM Breakthrough Biology! This course is part of the EduSTEM Biology sequence, which has been designed for motivated middle school and high school biology students.

The field of biology is arguably advancing faster today than at any point in human history. Every year, radical discoveries are transforming the face of biology, from patient care and the development of therapeutics to basic science. This EduSTEM Breakthrough Biology course aims to familiarize you with the latest and greatest innovations in the various biological fields, such as optogenetics, stem cell biology, and third-generation sequencing. Assuredly, exploring the most elegant and efficient techniques will inspire awe and passion for the future of biology.

With these courses, we hope to further our mission to make high-quality STEMX education accessible for all. For questions or support, please feel free to reach out to me at

Best Regards,

Ayush Noori

EduSTEM Boston Chapter Founder


  1. NCBI PubMed

The premier source of past and present medical literature. Most supplemental information in Extensions is available via PubMed. When searching PubMed, be sure to use the “Free full text,” and “Sort by: Best Match” filters to find relevant and accessible results.

  1. RCSB Protein Data Bank (PDB)

A large database of useful 3D structures of large biological molecules, including proteins and nucleic acids. Use the search bar to find a molecule of interest, which can then be examined using the Web-based 3D viewer.