Register for Baltimore Summer Camp

Learning Undefeated’s 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 (grades 6-8), 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. program that engages young learners with high-energy…

Maryland STEM Educator of the Year Award Presented to Howard County Teacher and Two Prince George’s County Teachers

Educators Erin Lukomska-Schlauch, Jamie Proctor and Karen Shelton Honored for Commitment to STEM Education at Maryland Tech Council’s 33rd Industry Awards Ceremony Gaithersburg, MD – May 20, 2021 – Today, three Maryland public high school teachers have been awarded Maryland Tech Council’s (MTC) STEM Educator of the Year award in recognition of their commitment to…

Learning Undefeated Delivers Laboratory Investigation Kits for 2,000 Prince George’s County Public Schools Students To Use At Home

This week, Learning Undefeated announced a new partnership with Prince George’s County (Maryland) Public Schools, which brings at-home science kits to more than 2,000 high school biology students at Flowers High School, Oxon Hill HS, DuVall HS, and Roosevelt HS. The kits were custom-designed by Learning Undefeated’s STEM educators to allow students to complete hands-on…

MdBio Foundation to host ATLAS Nov. 7 as part of inaugural Maryland STEM Festival

MdBio Foundation, Prince George’s Community College, Prince George’s County Public Schools and NASA will host ATLAS November 7, 2015 as part of the inaugural Maryland STEM Festival.  This is also the first time the program has been hosted at a community college. The ATLAS symposium is for high school juniors/seniors and college undergraduates.  ATLAS provides an…

MdBioLab to present at upcoming joint MAST and TEEAM Conference October 16

MdBioLab instructors are pleased to present their newest activity, Parasite Predicament, as a hands on workshop during the upcoming comprehensive STEM conference hosted by the Maryland Association of Science Teachers (MAST) and the Technology and Engineering Educators Association of Maryland (TEEAM) on October 16, 2015. Conference website Friday, October 16: 7:30-4:30 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics…