School MalaiseTrap Program

The Biodiversity Institute of Ontario (BIO) has teamed up with students from schools across Canada to explore the insect diversity in their schoolyards through DNA barcoding, a genetic technique for identifying organisms. Using a Malaise trap, a tent-like apparatus, each school will collect hundreds of insect specimens. The program aims to introduce students to the life of a biologist and the exciting science of DNA barcoding. Visit malaiseprogram.ca to register your class today!
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Learn about the insect diversity in your schoolyard! Introduce your class to the science of DNA barcoding through the SMTP! Register your class online today!  http://malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation   #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Learn about the insect diversity in your schoolyard! Introduce your class to the science of DNA barcoding through the SMTP! Register your class online today! http://malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Curious? During the SMTP, Students have the opportunity to check out some of BIO's world-class specimen collection!   malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation  #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Curious? During the SMTP, Students have the opportunity to check out some of BIO's world-class specimen collection! malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Attention Teachers! Now is your chance to introduce your students to the life of a biologist and the exciting science of DNA barcoding. The Biodiversity Institute of Ontario (BIO) is currently recruiting Grade 4 - Grade 12 classes across Canada to participate in the School Malaise Trap Program, to be delivered from April 22nd to May 5th, 2014.  #EnvironmentalEducation #DNAbarcoding #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Attention Teachers! Now is your chance to introduce your students to the life of a biologist and the exciting science of DNA barcoding. The Biodiversity Institute of Ontario (BIO) is currently recruiting Grade 4 - Grade 12 classes across Canada to participate in the School Malaise Trap Program, to be delivered from April 22nd to May 5th, 2014. #EnvironmentalEducation #DNAbarcoding #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

A Malaise trap is a large, tent-like structure used for trapping flying insects, particularly Hymenoptera and Diptera. The trap is made of a material such as terylene netting and can be various colours. Insects fly into the tent wall and are funnelled into a collecting vessel attached to highest point. It was invented by René Malaise in 1934. #EnvironmentalEducation #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

A Malaise trap is a large, tent-like structure used for trapping flying insects, particularly Hymenoptera and Diptera. The trap is made of a material such as terylene netting and can be various colours. Insects fly into the tent wall and are funnelled into a collecting vessel attached to highest point. It was invented by René Malaise in 1934. #EnvironmentalEducation #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Always something new to learn about during the SMTP!  http://malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation  #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Always something new to learn about during the SMTP! http://malaiseprogram.ca #EnvironmentalEducation #SMTP #BIObus #Biodiversity

Want to learn about different insect trapping methods? Request a live virtual tour of our BIObus and facilities! #SMTP #BIObus #EnvironmentalEducation #Biodiversity

Want to learn about different insect trapping methods? Request a live virtual tour of our BIObus and facilities!

The BIObus crew hosting live virtual tours for our spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program participants! Want to get your class involved? Check out our website! #SMTP #BIObus #EnvironmentalEducation #Biodiversity

The BIObus crew hosting live virtual tours for our spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program participants! Want to get your class involved? Check out our website!

Spring is in the air! The School Malaise Trap Program will soon be deploying Malaise traps in schoolyards across Ontario which will teach students about the importance of biodiversity! #EnvironmentalEducation #Biodiversity #SMTP #BIObus

Spring is in the air! The School Malaise Trap Program will soon be deploying Malaise traps in schoolyards across Ontario which will teach students about the importance of biodiversity!

We can't wait for the Spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program! Is your class ready? #EnvironmentalEducation #BIObus #Biodiversity #SMTP

We can't wait for the Spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program! Is your class ready?

We are very excited to welcome all of our participants to the spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program! Sign up for our mailing to receive information about future programs! #BIObus #SMTP #EnvironmentalEducation #Biodiversity

We are very excited to welcome all of our participants to the spring 2014 School Malaise Trap Program! Sign up for our mailing to receive information about future programs! #BIObus #SMTP #EnvironmentalEducation #Biodiversity

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