BioBuilder is a resource for hands-on activities and informative animations on synthetic biology, and a place to discuss the challenge of engineering biological systems.
What’s the best way to solve today’s health problems? Or hunger challenges? Address climate change concerns? Or keep the environment cleaner? These are big questions. And everyone can be part of the solutions. Everyone. Middle school students, teens, high school teachers.
- At BioBuilder, we teach problem solving.
- We bring current science to the classroom.
- We engage our students to become real scientists — the problem solvers who will change the world.
- At BioBuilder, we empower educators to be agents of educational reform by reconnecting teachers all across the country with their love of teaching and their own love of learning.
Synthetic biology programs living cells to tackle today’s challenges. Biofuels, safer foods, anti-malarial drugs, less toxic cancer treatment, biodegradable adhesives — all fuel young students’ imaginations. At BioBuilder, we empower students to tackle these big questions. BioBuilder’s curricula and teacher training capitalize on students’ need to know, to explore and to be part of solving real world problems. Developed by an award winning team out of MIT, BioBuilder is taught in schools across the country and supported by thought leaders in the STEM community.