Frederick Douglas Academy III

The BioBus just finished an amazing week at FDA III in the Bronx. On the first day, we brought all of the 10th grade students through

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the bus. The rest of the week we brought interested students from the first day back to the bus for a day of lab work. In the lab work we had two major goals – first, to figure out the nature of the bright spots in the hoechst labeling (labels DNA) of our fixed cells, and second to identify and make movies of some locally collected cells. For now, I will post one image and one movie, but soon I will make a new page with all of the hypotheses and data that the students came up with over the week.

Hoechst (DNA, blue) and phalloidin (actin cytoskeleton, green)

Hoechst (DNA, blue) and phalloidin (actin cytoskeleton, green). Sample prep by Tomas, microscopy by Wilson & analysis by Bo and Chris.


Dividing Bacteria from Crotona Park Pond. (Movie is in real time). Made by Princess and Taccara (P&T Productions).

4 Responses to “Frederick Douglas Academy III”

  1. luis Manzano says:

    Amazing work of yours. Refreshing feeling that scientists will be here when needed. Congratulations

  2. Mike says:

    Beautiful microscopy and photography.

  3. saharah says:

    i love cells!These pictures are exquisite!