MdBio Foundation Names Baltimore 11th Grader Rebecca Brody as Maryland BioGENEius Finalist

MdBio Foundation Names Baltimore 11th Grader Rebecca Brody as Maryland BioGENEius Finalist Brody to Compete Against Top Students From Across the Nation and Canada at 2017 Bio International Convention in San Diego, June 18-21   Rockville, MD – May 17, 2017 – MdBio Foundation today announced that Rebecca Brody, a Baltimore resident and junior at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute was named…

Plant Roots with STEM – FOX45 Baltimore PSA [video]

How will you grow your future? MdBio’s Mobile eXploration Lab was the filming location for a public service announcement by Baltimore-based television station FOX45. In the PSA, news anchor and lifestyle host Chardelle Moore shares information about the 36,000 middle-skill STEM jobs which will be added in the Baltimore region by 2020. The PSA was filmed…

New mobile lab expands science education at Montgomery County school [video]

from ABC7 News | May 3, 2017 watch the video> KENSINGTON,Md. (ABC7) — Tenth grade biology students at Albert Einstein High School in Kensington are learning about wildlife forensics in a brand new way. “It gets me more engaged in what we’re doing and I kind of feel like an expert,” Tishawna Cornelius shared. http://wjla.com/news/local/new-mobile-lab-expands-science-education-at-montgomery-county-school 16-year-old Jefferson Rodriguez…

STEM-mobile Tours Maryland High Schools

from The Journal | March 16, 2017 read more > The largest mobile STEM lab of its kind in the country will be touring Maryland schools to help drive student interests in STEM. The 53-foot Mobile eXploration Lab, or MXLab for short, will deliver hands-on biology, chemistry, environmental science and other STEM experiences to high…