CampBio–A Summer Science Program for Middle School Students
Inquisitive by nature? Fascinated by living things and how they work? Then join Science from Scientists and Whitehead Institute at CampBio, where curiosity meets real world science, and no question is off-limits.
Science from Scientists, the leading in-class science/STEM enrichment program in Massachusetts, is excited to be partnering with Whitehead Institute to bring you this week-long exploration into the amazing biology that thrives in the world around us.
Through immersion in hands-on activities taking students both inside and outside the classroom, laboratory demonstrations, and discussions with scientists, rising 7th and 8th grade middle school students will learn how methods from the fields of ecology, genetics, and chemistry are being used to answer some of the most challenging questions in the life sciences today—and have an awful lot of fun doing it!
CampBio sessions will be held July 11-15; August 8-12; and August 22-26, 2016.
Registration is now closed.
CampBio program is supported by a generous contribution from the Amgen Foundation, with additional scholarship support provided by Genzyme, a Sanofi company.
Amgen and the Amgen Foundation support local and national organizations that spark students’ interest in the sciences through inquiry-based hands-on science experiences and that offer professional development opportunities for teachers.
Middle school student talking to a scientist