We are so excited to share that our confocal microscope is up and running at the LES BioBase!
This has been years in the making, and we can't wait to teach our students about confocal imaging and fluorescent fly embryos. Special thanks to Tim Randall over at Olympus for helping us complete this project. Here is a picture of our Community Scientist Tiffany King, PhD imaging fruit fly embryos during development! ... Read MoreSee Less
We are celebrating the awesome work of BioBus interns Jane Rhee and Zoe Grier!
The BioBus High School Summer Interns equipped a 3D-printed Do-It-Yourself microscope to perform fluorescent microscopy and explained how it works at the 2017 World Science Festival. They explained to an audience of young scientists how they became interested in science and how they built a new type of microscope! ... Read MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce that June 28 is the Grand Opening Celebration of our new community lab at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute!
Registration is filling up quickly, so reserve your spot now!
Join BioBus and friends to see our new space and thank all of those who made it possible. Hear from our inaugural Harlem interns and their mentors, use our custom microscope stations, and enjoy snacks and drinks.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 6:30-9:00pm BioBase Harlem @ Columbia's Zuckerman Institute 3227 Broadway at 129th Street ... Read MoreSee Less