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MXLab Video Tour [video]

from Montgomery County Council and County Cable Montgomery Getting kids more interested in careers in science and technology is something officials across the state are passionate about. Recently, the MdBio Foundation unveiled a new mobile lab designed to give students hands on STEM education, with the goal of inspiring the next generation of scientists.

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New Mobile Lab to Encourage STEM Careers among High School Students [video]

from Montgomery County Media | see video > MdBio Foundation on Tuesday displayed its new $750,000 mobile laboratory that provides high school students with science and technology activities to get them involved in STEM careers. STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — is where high-paying jobs will be, said Brian Gaines, MdBio’s CEO. “Kids…

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MdBio Foundation debuts new mobile laboratory

from Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2017 read more > The MdBio Foundation will unveil Tuesday its new mobile laboratory to travel to high schools throughout the state to provide hands-on science lessons. The new Mobile eXploration Lab, or MXLab, is an upgrade from the organization’s original mobile laboratory, which has worked with about 150,000…

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CNSI and MDBio Take Innovation on the Road

by CNSI | read more > Yesterday, CNSI joined the MDBio Foundation (MDBio) in unveiling the nation’s most advanced mobile STEM laboratory. Joined by Governor Larry Hogan, state officials and other partner executives, MDBio cut the ribbon on the Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab). In the ABC news clip, Governor Hogan talks about the impressive program…

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MdBio Foundation to Unveil Nation’s Largest, Most Advanced Mobile STEM Lab

Gov. Larry Hogan Joins MdBio, State Officials and Maryland Business Leaders on  January 24 to Promote Enhanced Classroom Learning and Support Workforce Development Rockville, MD – January 23, 2017 – The MdBio Foundation, a non-profit that provides STEM education and workforce development to underserved communities, will unveil its new mobile laboratory, the Mobile eXploration Lab…

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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…

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Triune Specialty Trailers Develops Largest, Most Advanced Mobile STEM Lab For MdBio Foundation

from Automation Alley | January 9, 2017 Read more > Local manufacturer Triune Specialty Trailers will deliver the country’s largest and most advanced mobile science laboratory this spring—a learning lab made for the MdBio Foundation, Inc., a Maryland-based nonprofit. This trailer, called the Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab), will travel throughout the state of Maryland to deliver…

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MdBio Foundation is hiring!

MdBio Foundation is hiring! MdBio Foundation is hiring a team of enthusiastic individuals to operate the Verizon Innovative Learning explorer lab, a custom designed 45-foot bus that will travel to middle schools in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.  In addition to providing instruction to middle school students aboard the bus, the team will also assist in…

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