Past Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Events

Congratulations to the 2018-19 participants of the Protein Modeling Event at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY!





Past Event Resources

We encourage the continued use of the Molecular Stories that were the focus of the Protein Modeling Event. Links provided below will direct you to the pages created for these topics.



2018-19 Event Resources

The 2018-19 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on the bacterial adaptive immunity system CRISPR, the Cas9 protein, and anti-CRISPR proteins.

2018-19 Learning Module

2017-18 Event Resources

The 2017-18 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on influenza and the key virus surface proteins that are responsible for helping the virus enter the host cell. The event also covered a history of the influenza virus as well as an overview of the virus structure.

2017-18 Learning Module - Influenza



2016-17 Event Resources

The 2016-17 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on the Beery Twins and the proteins involved in the biosynthesis and subsequent signaling of the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin.

2016-17 Learning Module - Sepiapterin Reductase and the Beery Twins



2015-16 Event Resources

The 2015-16 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on the genome editing proteins Zinc Finger Nuclease, TALE Nuclease and CRISPR, and the genetic diseases they are being engineered to fix.

2015-16 Learning Module - Genome Editing Proteins



2012-13 Event Resources

The 2012-13 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on Nic Volker, an incredibly resilient little boy and a team of physicians and researchers who who searched for an explanation for his mysterious bowel disease.

2012-13 Learning Module - The Nic Volker Story



2011-12 Event Resources

The 2011-12 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on stem cells and the advancements made in reverting adult cells back into pluripotent stem cells by introducing several key proteins, including C-Myc, Sox-2, Oct-4 and Klf-4.

2011-12 Learning Module - Stem Cell Video 1

2011-12 Learning Module - Stem Cell Video 2

2011-12 Learning Module - Stem Cell Video 3



2010-11 Event Resources

The 2010-11 Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Event focused on influenza and the key virus surface proteins that are responsible for helping the virus enter the host cell. The event also covered a history of the influenza virus as well as an overview of the virus structure.

2010-11 Learning Module - Influenza
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