The BIOTECH Project consists of three main elements for Classroom Support and Professional Development
Classroom visits conducting Biotechnology and Molecular Biology activities in middle school and high school classrooms
Equipment and material support for teachers to conduct activities independently in middle and high school classrooms
Professional Development for K-12 Teachers
Thank you to the Marshall Foundation for funding 60 MCB101 and MCB102 scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year. Read about it on UANews
Now available as an app!
Starting as of the 2013-2014 school year, a collaboration was developed between the Pima Country JTED biotechnology programs and the BIOTECH Project. For more information visit JTED/BIOTECH
For more information about the biotechnology courses dual enrollment with MCB101 and MCB102 opportunities visit MCB101/102
AZ Republic article about MCB101/102 credit for Phoenix Biotechnology programs in 2015.
For more information about the BIOTECH Project and requesting materials and equipment for your classroom contact:
Dr. Nadja Anderson