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MXLab Priority Scheduling – August 1

MdBio will offer 35 week-long mobile laboratory visits for the 2017/2018 school year. Of these weeks, twenty seven (27) have been set aside for priority schools (defined by MdBio as those schools with a majority of students eligible for free/reduced meals). Priority schools will be required to provide documentation showing their eligibility at time of…

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Classrooms that Really Move

from Edutopia | June 26, 2017 read it > Two of MdBio’s mobile labs, the MdBioLab and the Mobile eXploration Lab, have been featured in a photo essay by Edutopia, the education hub funded by the George Lucas Educational Foundation. MdBio’s mobile labs were highlighted alongside traveling art studios, science labs, and greenhouses from across the…

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MXLab Featured in Triune Manufacturing News

Triune Builds the Country’s Largest  & Most Advanced Mobile STEM Lab from Triune Manufacturing | read it >   Crime scene investigation, DNA extraction, alternative fuels and bioengineering are just a few of the classes and lab activities available in the Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab), the country’s largest and most advanced mobile STEM education laboratory. “Triune’s years of experience…

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MdBio Foundation Inspires Washington, D.C., Students to Pursue STEM Careers at Eighth ATLAS Symposium

Partners with BEST and DoD STEM to Host College and Career Expo at University of the District of Columbia Washington, DC – May 23, 2017 – Today more than 100 students from three schools in Washington, D.C., had the opportunity to learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and get hands-on experience in…

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Martians: Reality or fiction?

The mysteries of the Martian landscape have long been part of the human imagination. With the development of more sophisticated telescopes, this only grew as the complex geography of Mars was mistaken for canals built by an alien race. These theories about Mars sparked the creativity of many authors and through the years many novels…

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Remote sensing ice on Mars

The Phoenix Mars lander, a collaboration between the University of Arizona and NASA, was sent to Mars in 2010 to undertake the mission of understanding the polar regions of Mars and searching for signs of water. They provide educational resources pertaining to this mission. The Remote Sensing Ice on Mars activity allows students to act as scientists using different…

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