Portland-based nonprofit organization Educate Maine, in partnership with Bioscience Association of Maine, Northeastern University’s Roux Institute and Learning Undefeated, has announced plans to build a mobile bioscience laboratory for Maine students that will increase interest in and awareness of bioscience content and careers.
This school year, lessons onboard Learning Undefeated’s MXLab are going to look a little more like science fiction than what you might see in a typical science class. The nonprofit is debuting new hands-on activities that bring artificial intelligence (AI) and hypersonics to life for the high school classroom.
There’s a big blue mobile lab in the parking lot of the Odenton Public Library, where young women are studying biotechnology and dreaming of where it could take them.
Out of the 35 women, Learning Undefeated’s Chief Innovation Officer, Jennifer Colvin, was named a Woman Worth Watching in STEM for her contributions to Learning Undefeated’s culture of innovation.
Nearly a dozen Colorado Springs high school students poured over their projects on Wednesday in a mobile lab parked outside Keysight Technologies. Their task? Design a community-friendly and feasible park on a finite plot of land, then pitch it to the “city council.”