On March 16, 2017, MdBio’s Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab) hosted Fox 45 morning news anchor Amber Miller at Reservoir High School for a tour and activities onboard the nearly 1,000 square foot facility. Video includes interviews with MdBio’s staff, MdBio Chair, teachers and students from Reservoir High School, and corporate partner Northrop Grumman Corporation. …Details
What does your favorite ice cream flavor have to do with meeting STEM education needs across Maryland? Watch MdBio’s CEO, Brian Gaines, TED-style talk at the Montgomery County STEM Summit to find out. The county’s first-ever STEM Summit, hosted by Montgomery County Councilmember Hans Riemer on February 26, 2017, included more than 350 parents, students,…Details
from WTOP News | March 14, 2017 read more > WASHINGTON — Rockville-based nonprofit MdBio Foundation has a brand new mobile science laboratory that will tour local schools to raise student interest in STEM careers. MdBio said the trailer, manufactured by Triune Specialty Trailers, is the country’s largest and most advanced mobile science laboratory. Called the…Details
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.
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…Details