On February 11, 2017 at Boston University’s Photonics Center, the Living Computing Project’s newly launched outreach program, STEM Pathways, hosted their first event, the Mini-Jamboree. The Mini-Jamboree, named after the iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) Giant Jamboree, was an interactive day of learning to encourage accessibility to synthetic biology and iGEM to high school and undergraduate students facilitated by students and mentors of the BostonU iGEM team and STEM Pathways administrators. There was a grand total of 76 registered attendees for the Mini-Jamboree; however, due to a sudden blizzard causing two snow days for Boston Public Schools, the Mini-Jamboree was ne
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Opportunity for faculty and staff to share with STEM Pathways researchers and participants, aiding them in their undergraduate or graduate journey.
For more information on these events, please connect with STEM Pathways on the Connect page.
Members of STEM Pathways have engaged with and informed the Greater Boston about synthetic biology, toured local biotechnology industries, and produced undergraduate researchers who have earned top honors in competitions. Learn more about our impact through our news articles and galleries.
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