ⓘ Oh Worm! is now being used in 630+ schools (including 210+ colleges) in 48 countries around the world! Click here to learn more about Oh Worm!'s global impact, and how you can bring Oh Worm! to your classroom.

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From dozens of animal dissection videos to informative supplementary articles, Oh Worm! has all the resources needed to help foster a love of biology among students around the world! 

We are a team of high school students that are committed to expanding access to biology education.

Our initiative involves a YouTube channel where we make educational videos in which we teach animal and human anatomy through dissections. It’s also paired with a parallel online publication with a variety of educational articles and guides introducing students to research/study opportunities in biology. We hope that the resources we are making will continue to assist schools and students through further months of remote learning and beyond. More importantly, we hope that we are able to inspire curiosity and passion for biology in the students that access our resources

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People from all around the world are using Oh Worm! to fuel their love for biology!

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