Student Bio Expo

Save the DATE:

Monday may 16, 2016  @ Shoreline Community College

for the 16th Annual NWABR Student BIO Expo!

 

 

 

 

Planning is now underway for the 15th Annual Student Bio Expo

Teachers, students and mentors are being recruited.

Please contact Janis Wignall, Bio Expo and Tech Manager bioexpo@nwabr.org

Read about last years 2015 program:

The 14th Annual NWABR Student Bio Expo was held on May 27nd 2015 at Shoreline Community College. NWABR's Student Bio Expo provides a platform for students to learn about biotechnology, biomedicine and bioethics. It was another great year for the Student Bio Expo!

Over 320 students participated from 22 schools from around Washington State. Students had access to 110 scientific mentors to develop their projects and 55 professional judges to present at the Expo. NWABR would like to thank the many academic institutions and corporations that supported students at the Expo, these included the University of Washington, FHCRC,and Seattle Genetics. A BIG thankyou goes  to our sponsors  Zymogenetics and Biddle Consulting.

Click here to see last year's winners. 

The mission of the Student Bio Expo is to promote an understanding of bioscience research among high school students. We provide access to scientific resources and engage students in creative ways to demonstrate their knowledge of the disciplines of biotechnology and biomedicine. By connecting students, teachers, scientists, and the general public, we strengthen our life sciences community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We would like to thank our 2015 Sponsors:

  

 

BIDDLE CONSULTING 

If you are interested please contact Janis Wignall, Bio Expo and Tech Manager. 206 957-3337.

The mission of the Student Bio Expo is to promote an understanding of bioscience research among high school students (9th -12th graders). We provide access to scientific resources and engage students in new creative ways to demonstrate what they know and are able to do within the disciplines of biotechnology and biomedicine. By connecting students, teachers, scientists, and the general public together, we strengthen our life sciences community.

The NWABR Student Bio Expo is a unique program that engages high school students in creative ways to demonstrate their understanding of the life sciences, and that connects them to scientists and resources in the community.

 

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