BALTIMORE - Maryland's only mobile bioscience lab for high school students made a stop at the SEED School of Maryland Thursday morning.
Aspiring scientists at the school got the opportunity to climb aboard and get a first-hand experience of MdBioLab.
What is MdBioLab?
It's a 40-foot tractor trailer outfitted with a cutting-edge science lab that provides advanced educational programs in science, technology, engineering and math.
"Our job is to show kids that whether or not they have experienced science before, or had their hands on this equipment before, that these careers aren't out of their reach," said MdBioLab manager Timothy Carter.
Students and teachers got the chance to perform science experiments ranging from crime scene forensics to how to diagnose diseases.
About 10,000 students from 35 different schools get a chance to learn on the MdBioLab every year.
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