We have a new website! Please use http://thepartnershipineducation.com for the newest content. This site shall remain for archival purposes.

[X] Close This Box

Games are produced in partnership with the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University.
HomeImmun-ologee Dr. Allevable Kiosk Poor Benny Darwin Synthetic Interview
Games

If a Starfish Can Grow a New Arm, Why Can't I?Dr. Allevable's Lab is now at the at the Carnegie Science Center, as part of the new permanent exhibit "If A Starfish Can Grow a New Arm, Why Can't I?" organized by the Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative.

Get more information and resources here >>

Get The Games!

Dr. AlleWould you like to use these games in your classroom or home?

Please contact:
E-mailDr. John Pollock
pollock@duq.edu
(412) 855 4043

Snail Mail:
Dr. Pollock
222 Mellon Hall
Duquesne University
Pittsburgh PA 15282

 

In "Dr. Allevable's Unbelievable Kiosk", Dr. Allevable and Regenerobot introduce some of the basic concepts in tissue engineering, and you get to help them in their research through three fun games!

The games are:

This multimedia kiosk was produced in partnership with the Entertainment Technology Center and the Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative for the permanent exhibit "If A Starfish Can Grow a New Arm, Why Can't I?," a SEPA project led by Joan Schanck.



Visit the kiosk and play the games at the Carnegie Science Center!

Dr. Allevable, videogame about tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Games are available for the PC as a CD. To order a copy, please contact John Pollock at pollock@duq.edu.




Home | Movies and Shows | Regenerative Medicine | Education
About Us | Press | Contact Us

This project is funded by Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) award from the National Center for Research Resources, a component of the National Institutes of Health

Regenerative Medicine Partnership for Education Copyright 2006
Duquesne University: Home, Mission, Programs, and Contact