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A DeviantArt user going by the name Kasami-Sensei mashed the zombie apocalypse with our favorite royalty from the far side of reality. Undead: You're all on notice.
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Sitting at his laboratory bench, a scientist adds mutation after mutation to a strand of rabies virus RNA, unaware that in a few short days, an outbreak of this very mutation would destroy society as we know it.
Love it! Zombies for public health! Russell, you'll like this. Thanks, Stephen Korsmann.
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Zombies are a popular genre of entertainment, but who knew they could also make excellent teaching tools? Learn how you can use zombies in your STEM lessons.
Texas Instruments (TI) and The Science & Entertainment Exchange (part of the National Academy of Sciences, or NAS) have created free classroom activities that use "TI-Nspire CX™ handhelds, TI-Nspire™ Teacher and Student Software, and TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad" with a focus on science and math. The activities explore Hollywood themes like zombies, superheroes, space and forensics, providing students opportunities to solve problems. You can access more information on this program and materials at the website STEM behind Hollywood at http://education.ti.com/en/us/stem-hollywood.