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AT&T Gives $25,000 to MDBio Foundation to Boost STEM Education in Maryland

From The Journal | November 15, 2016 Read more > AT&T is contributing $25,000 to the Maryland-based MdBio Foundation to boost science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in the Old Line State. The contribution will support MdBio programs for underserved high school and rising middle school students, including the MdBioLab, a mobile laboratory that…

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MdBio Foundation ATLAS Symposium Inspires West Baltimore High School Students to Pursue STEM Careers

Event at University of Maryland BioPark Brings Together Science Leaders and Students for a  Day of Hands-on Experiments, Company Tours and Exploration of Future STEM Opportunities MdBio Foundation Gives Sneak Peak at Next-Generation Mobile Lab Debuting in 2017   Baltimore and Rockville, MD – November 15, 2016 – More than 100 students from the Vivien…

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MdBio Foundation Joins W.R. Grace & Co. to Host Manufacturing Day Event

Curtis Bay Facility Tour and Hands-On Experiments on MdBioLab Highlight Future Career Opportunities for Local High School Students WHO:                 MdBio Foundation and W.R. Grace & Co. WHAT:               Manufacturing Day, a worldwide celebration of modern manufacturers meant to inspire the next generation. WHERE:            W.R. Grace & Co. – Curtis Bay Manufacturing Facility…

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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…

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MdBio Foundation Names Poolesville High School Senior as 2016 Maryland BioGENEius Finalist

MdBio Foundation today announced that Anantha Sriya Reddy, a Clarksburg, Md., resident and senior at Poolesville High School in Montgomery County, Md., is winner of the 2016 Maryland BioGENEius Challenge, the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research in biotechnology. As the Maryland BioGENEius finalist, Reddy will attend the 2016 BIO International Convention in San Francisco,…

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From BioGENEius to the White House Science Fair

From whitehouse.gov: Teen Tackles Early Cancer Detection Neil Davey, 20, of Gaithersburg, Maryland, took on the study of cancer for his International BioGENEius Challenge project. Neil’s goal was to detect cancer early, when there are often more treatment options and better outcomes for cancer patients. His technique uses a combination of drop-based microfluidics and polymerase chain…

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