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The Class of 2020 accepts the $10,000 check from Avantor Sciences Foundation to advance the Biotechnology Signature STEM Program at The Country School. (Photo courtesy of Teresa Sullivan )
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Avantor Sciences Foundation has awarded The Country School (TCS) $10,000 for its Biotechnology Signature STEM Program. This pilot program will infuse biotechnology concepts into TCS’s biology curriculum. Through classroom instruction and labs, middle school students will learn about the technologies that allow scientists to study molecular systems such as DNA and apply that knowledge to independent research projects. Beyond the classroom, TCS students will share their learning with students in other middle school communities, targeting underrepresented students—minorities and women—in the STEM field.