Learning Biochemistry Through Manga - Helping Students Learn and Remember, and Making Lectures More Exciting

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Learning Biochemistry Through Manga - Helping Students Learn and Remember, and Making Lectures More Exciting was an academic paper written by Ryoichi Nagata, and published in Biochemical Education journal in 1999. It is notable for referencing the Sailor Moon manga.

Background[edit]

The paper gave the results of a survey into the effectiveness of manga as a tool for teaching biochemical concepts. As an example, the paper includes an untranslated excerpt from the Sailor Moon manga. The segment in question is set in Crystal Tokyo and features Chiral and Achiral (both of whom are named after chemical concepts). Naoko Takeuchi is also cited in the paper's references.

Full citation[edit]

Nagata, R. (1999) Learning Biochemistry Through Manga - Helping Students Learn and Remember, and Making Lectures More Exciting. Biochemical Education 27, 200-203