Eleven students at the Steinbach Regional are diving into the world of bio-technology this week.Doctor Sheppy Coodin is hosting the week long bio-trek program. He says students started the week by purifying their own DNA. They will also use their DNA to create a DNA fingerprint like on the TV show CSI. Other experiments include transferring genes from jellyfish to bacteria and splitting DNA chains. Coodin says high tech equipment and the right instructions make these experiments possible for high school students. Grade 11 student Joey says he enjoys this subject and the experience could influence his career choice. Grade 12 student Robyn says this seems like a once-in-a-lifetime experience because most people never get the chance to use this type of equipment. The program, which is sponsored by Biovail in Steinbach, wraps up Friday.