July 12, 2017--STEM Pathways researchers hosted a two-hour workshop for Boston University’s Summer Pathways program, a one-week program during which 21 high school girls from Massachusetts stay at BU and learn about STEM research and college admissions. Last year, Summer Pathways program coordinator Cynthia Brossman reached out to Professor Douglas Densmore to teach the girls about synthetic biology. He gave the opportunity to the 2016 BostonU iGEM teams and they thoroughly enjoyed it. This year, the offer was given to all of the Living Computing Project’s BU undergraduate researchers that are a part of the STEM Pathways outreach branch. Those STEM Pathways undergraduate synthetic biology
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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.
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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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