An MdBio First: Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Never ones to let the edge of what’s physically possible limit STEM education, MdBio’s education team has been working with teachers and students to develop a virtual reality earth and space science activity for the classroom. Virtual reality represents the newest immersive learning experience for MdBio, who has several other game-based learning experiences for mobile…

ATLAS – November 17, 2017

Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders in STEM (ATLAS) is a college and career readiness symposium that provides a space for students typically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to connect with business leaders, colleges, government, and potential employers. ATLAS will take place at the College Park Aviation Museum on Friday, November 17, 2017. Student registration for this…

Learning Undefeated

MdBioLab Education Disaster Recovery Program MdBioLab is a mobile disaster recovery STEM education program serving schools impacted by hurricanes and other disasters. Using a self-contained science classroom on wheels as its home base, the program provides teaching space and scientific equipment, lab supplies, during- and after-school activities, and public outreach to communities whose classrooms and science…

MdBioLab: Vehicle of Change

MdBioLab: Vehicle of Change MdBioLab, part of Learning Undefeated’s larger strategy to increase student interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers, is a custom-built mobile laboratory that serves high school students, and their teachers, throughout the state of Maryland. MdBioLab’s goal is to increase student knowledge and confidence with laboratory concepts and techniques…

Empower

College & Career Readiness Mobile STEM Education Summer Programs Diversity plays an important part in keeping the STEM industry vibrant and competitive. A rich talent pool with multiple points of view is critical to excellence in the STEM field, powering discoveries and innovations. Former NIH director Francis Collins has noted that the mission of scientific…