From the NSTA Calendar: 'PhUn' With Physiology

August 2011
NSTA Express;8/15/2011, p2
The article presents information on the American Physiological Society's (APS) Physiology Understanding (PhUn) Week to be held in November 2011, during which APS member physiologists across the U.S. will collaborate with teachers to plan lessons and events and visit local classrooms.


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