The Bay Area Bioscience Education Consortium (BABEC) is a nonprofit organization that partners with InnovATEBIO and serves as a bridge connecting high schools and community colleges via shared programming, student pathway creation, and teacher professional development.
For over 20 years, the Bio-Rad Explorer program has been an industry leader in providing innovative, high-quality educational kits, equipment, and reagents to support life science education. Learn more about our partnership.
Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative
The Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative is a national consortium of community colleges, 4-year schools and government agencies dedicated to the development and implementation of undergraduate research experiences in community college STEM programs.
Forsyth Technical Community College is a catalyst for equitable economic mobility, empowering lives and transforming communities. The college serves more than 35,000 students with approximately 1,500 faculty and staff.
Molecular Biology Anywhere and for Everyone! The game changing MiniOne Electrophoresis System was first of its kind, designed specifically for teachers and students. Our innovations allow for equal access to key biotech techniques with engaging activities to help develop analytical skills.
miniPCR bio reimagines what is possible in the biology classroom. We design and develop innovative equipment and curriculum for accessible hands-on lessons in biotechnology and genetics. Let us fill your classroom with the spirit of adventure and possibility.
The National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW) has led several federally funded Bioscience workforce initiatives. NCBW focuses on capacity building, best practice and skills standard generation.