Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab)

The country’s largest, most advanced mobile STEM education vehicle, the Mobile eXploration Lab (called MXLab for short) was custom-designed by Learning Undefeated to expand new technology and laboratory science experiences and pique students’ interests in STEM learning and careers.

Inside the lab, Learning Undefeated’s educators engage participants in hands-on experiences using technologies not available in schools. MXLab instructors combine Learning Undefeated’s core bioscience and chemistry curriculum with data set modeling, virtual reality, cybersecurity and game-based learning. Funding for the MXLab represents a unique public-private partnership, with investments made by Learning Undefeated, the State of Maryland, philanthropic organizations, and corporate supporters.

Fun Facts

  • Footprint: Nearly 1,000 square feet

  • Class size: Up to 40 students

  • Students served: 10,000 Maryland high school students per year. Learning Undefeated has served nearly 200,000 students since 2003.

  • Curriculum: Bioscience, chemistry, data set modeling, cybersecurity, and game-based learning

  • Technology: Six touch-screen flat panel televisions, internet, and more than one mile of CAT-5 cabling to enable state-of-the-art education

  • Manufacturer: Triune Specialty Vehicles

  • Began service: 2017/2018 school year



Learning Undefeated offers 35 week-long MXLab visits for Maryland high schools during the academic school year.  Of these weeks, 75% have been set aside for schools with a majority of students eligible for free/reduced meals. Scheduling for priority schools begins online August 1 at 9AM.  The remaining weeks will be open to all Maryland high schools, with preference given to those which have not had a visit in the past three years.

Learn more about MXLab visits