Research and Publications


SimBio regularly receives competitive grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Our grants and the resulting collaborations have allowed us to extend the range of our simulation programs and to perform research on student misconceptions in biology and how to overcome those with simulated labs. We're especially excited about the educational research aspects of our projects and welcome collaborations with other biology education researchers. We also work with academic and non-profit groups on educational projects and provide biological models for researchers using our core modeling framework.


SimBio's research team regularly publishes on biology teaching and occasionally collaborates on basic and applied biology studies involving simulations as well. Here is a list of some papers co-authored by SimBio employees and collaborators that are directly related to our work at SimBio.


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