Through innovative and experiential education programs for grades K-12, we are sparking interest in STEM careers, building the workforce that will drive the innovation economy, and bridging school, community, health and business.
A Life Changing Experience
The mobile science lab was a life changing experience for our children this summer! Josiah failed science in school last year and the science part of the STAR test as well. He was frustrated and hated science for this reason. Josiah is a very intelligent child but for some reason science was a struggle for him. The science lab changed his mind on the way he felt about science. Josiah stated “ science in school was boring but I love the experiments Ms. Desurae had us doing because she makes them a lot of fun”. So far this year his science grades are great! Thank you MDBio for changing the lives of our children and giving them an unforgettable summer. — Charlotte Dorsey, Executive Director
A great week with the Bio Lab
I wanted to thank you and your crew for the great week we had with the Bio Lab. It could not have gone any better – from the site prep and the drop off, to the experience provided for our students. We wanted access for all students, and we received more than we could hope for! Our ESOL students who are new to English and the language of science are still talking about the experience! Our upper level IB and AP kids were thrilled to have an opportunity to work in such a professional setting. – Beth Foster, Science Academic Chair. Annapolis High School
New and Exciting
New for 2019/2020 school year: Drop Anywhere Labs
Documentary: Bringing science labs back to Texas schools
In the Media
USA Today | Churches have often been a cornerstone in the fight against inequities and a trusted source of information and guidance during troubled times.During the pandemic, vaccinations have become the latest public service in a health and economic crisis that has seen places of worship offer canned food, clothing, housing and other assistance. Outside, a teal mobile unit was parked near the fellowship hall. The unit provided by Learning Undefeated is usually a science lab offering students STEM lessons in underserved communities.