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Image  of human embryoBetter Safe Than Sorry: Preventing a Tragedy
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Better Safe Than Sorry

was developed by:
Kathleen Sulik, Ph.D.
Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies and Dept. of Cell and Developmental Biology
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
Marianne Meeker, Ph.D.
DESTINY Traveling Science Learning Program University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
and in consultation with
Regina Baratta
North Chatam School
Chapel Hill, NC
Jamie Hahn
Bruce M. Smith
Davis Stillson
Charile Hitlin
Eve Juliano
Dan Lucas& Mary Ferguson
Randee Haven-O'Donnell
Durham Academy
Durham, NC
Dana Smith
Southern Alamance Middle School
Graham, NC
Educational Technology Group
University of North Carolina School of Medicine Chapel Hill, NC
with special thanks to
Manjiri Sethna; Ellen McHugh; Deborah Dehart; Susan Rich; Mike O’Connell; William Dunty, Jr.; Heather Waage-Baudet; Shao-yu Chen and Corey Johnson
and to
Carolina Biological Supply Company for the development of the Brine Shrimp Experiment kit

This project has been funded in part with Federal funds from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institute of Health, under Contract No. NO1AA02009


with a grant from the Medical Foundation of North Carolina, Inc.