23 high school students got an up-close and personal experience with STEM at Wright State University with Dayton bioManufacturing Awareness and Discovery Experience (DaytonMADE) camp.

Teacher leader Erin Molden facilitated this camp aimed at students that may not have had previous experience in STEM.

Participants learned about various biotechnology techniques, met with scientists in the biotechnology field, toured a biomanufacturing facility, and received a glimpse of what it’s like to be a Wright State student.

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