Learning Undefeated Launches Young Science Explorers Camp for Baltimore Public Schools this Summer

The interactive Young Science Explorers Program engages young learners with high-energy science demonstrations, immersive learning environments and hands-on investigations. Ideal for rising middle school students (sixth to eighth grades), students will engage with STEM topics in Learning Undefeated’s immersive mobile laboratory experiences, as well as complete hands-on laboratory investigations in the classroom.

MdBio Awarded $1.36M Verizon Grant to Operate STEM Education Program for D.C. Public Schools

  The MdBio Foundation has been awarded a $1.36 million grant from Verizon to operate a mobile science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education program for D.C. Public Schools during the 2017-2018 school year. The education program, called the explorer lab, will consist of virtual reality and gaming components as well as in-classroom experiences, is…

MdBio Foundation and University of Maryland BioPark Join Forces to Host Micropipette Challenge for 7th and 8th Graders during Baltimore Innovation Week

Event Engages Students in Hands-On Laboratory Experience on MdBioLab WHO: MdBio Foundation and University of Maryland BioPark WHAT: Micropipette Challenge at Baltimore Innovation Week WHERE:  MdBioLab at University of Maryland BioPark, 801 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 WHEN:  Monday, September 26, 2016; 10 a.m. – Noon DETAILS:   During Baltimore Innovation Week, 7th and 8th graders from the James McHenry…

MdBio Foundation visits Farquhar and Redland Middle Schools

MdBio Foundation and Johns Hopkins University visited Farquhar and Redland Middle Schools in Montgomery County this past month.  The visit is a lead up to the October 9, 2015 Frontiers in Science & Medicine event. Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day is a collaborative event involving more than 15 biotechnology companies, universities, health care providers…