Today, iBIO announced that Horizon Pharma, a global biopharmaceutical company, has made a donation to support iBIO’s Charitable Programs working to diversify the STEM talent pipeline. The donation will support two main programs focused on increasing interest in STEM in underserved communities for girls grades 3-8.
The Exploring Global Challenges partnership with Southern Illinois University is funded by the National Science Foundation and is building computational thinking into the StellarGirls Program. The partnership was featured in the East St. Louis news: STEM+C After-School Initiative inspires minority girls to solve global challenges
We are excited to announce that the StellarGirls program will expand into North Chicago. The Neal Math and Science Academy will provide the program to all of their 98 girls in 6th grade.
Winner moves on to compete in the International Competition this summer for a chance to win a cash prize
CHICAGO – April 11, 2018 – Today, Haley Martens from Oak Park River Forest High School took first place at the Illinois BioGENEius Challenge, an annual student science and research competition hosted by the iBIO Institute EDUCATE Center and sponsored by Horizon Pharma.
Is there a BioGENEius in Your Classroom?
iBIO Institute EDUCATE Center, an Illinois non-profit focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, wants to know!
125 Girls Set to Participate in Industry-focused STEM Summer Camps
Lillian Tushman Advances to San Diego to Compete Against Top Students From Across the Nation, Canada and Germany
Jilly Cronin from Oak Park and River Forest High School won the BioGENEius Global Environment Award at the 2016 Internaitonal BIO Convention today.
The iBIO Institute today announced its four iCON Awards Honorees for the tenth annual iBIO Institute’s iCON Awards which is considered by many to be the region’s most prestigious honor for life sciences educators, researchers and civic visionaries.