You and your colleagues are invited for a sneak peek at the country’s largest, most advanced, mobile STEM laboratory! After five years of planning and eight months of construction, MdBio’s new mobile laboratory, the Mobile eXploration Lab has finally arrived in Maryland and we are ready to show it off! Please join us for an…Details
Register for our Mobile eXploration Lab (MXLab) Teacher Open House & Workshop at Cambridge-South Dorchester High School and preview the most advanced mobile STEM laboratory in the country.
Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders in STEM (ATLAS) is a college and career readiness symposium that provides a space for students typically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to connect with business leaders, colleges, government, and potential employers. ATLAS will take place at the University of Maryland BioPark on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. Student registration for…Details
Maryland Association of Science Teachers (MAST) Annual STEM Conference Friday, October 21, 2016 Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Kosiakoff Center Laurel, MD Keynote Speaker: Shah Shelbe, Engineer and Conservation Technologist, Emerging Explorer Visit here for more information, to register, and to make hotel reservations. Save $49 by registering in advance! There are over 50 sessions…Details
MdBioLab is pleased to be partnering with W.R. Grace to host an event for Manufacturing Day, a worldwide celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Approximately 20 students from Ben Franklin High School in Curtis Bay, Maryland will be visiting W.R. Grace’s Curtis Bay manufacturing facility and participating in MdBio’s Looking into…Details
Mdbio is excited to be participating in Baltimore Innovation Week 2016, the fifth annual week-long citywide celebration of innovation and technology. On Monday, September 26, MdBioLab will be hosting 7th and 8th graders at the University of Maryland Biopark for the Micropipette Challenge, a hands-on activity designed to teach students proper pipetting technique as they…Details
MdBio Foundation staff will be at Martin Luther King Middle School and Montgomery Village Middle School as a lead up to the 8th Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day Event. MdBio will show the students how to measure small amounts of liquid with a micropipette. Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day is a collaborative event…Details
August 31, 2016, 12-3PM in the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Parking Lot: MdBioLab Open House with ice cream! RSVP Here
Mark your calendars for June 2, 2016 as MdBio Foundation will be participating in Do More 24! This 24 hour online fundraiser, powered by United Way of the National Capital Area, will support STEM education- allowing students to do hands-on laboratory activities, network with STEM professionals, and learn about education and career options! Visit here to…Details
Together with the Biotechnology Institute, MdBio Foundation hosts the Maryland BioGENEius competition. This rigorous international competition for talented high schools students in grades 9 – 12 gives students the opportunity to showcase their original research in biotechnology. Entries are due April 22.