BioBus is growing! Contact us now for outdoor, indoor, or hybrid science labs with community scientists across New England!
Want to book or learn more about BioBus programs?
Learn about in-person BioBus programs and virtual field trips. We are now offering programs like these for students across New England, working with schools and community organizations. Read more in our press release.
Please fill out the form at biobus.org/discover/inquiry to request an in-person or virtual BioBus program in the New England area. If you have questions or want to learn more, contact Chief Scientist Mollie Thurman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a plan – and we need your support.
We are grateful for philanthropic support to make our growth possible. Learn more about our 5 year plan and how you can be a part of the growing BioBus community here.
“My students needed an opportunity to experience labs again and the BioBus got that “delivered” via remote instruction. They helped show my kids that scientists are fun, interesting humans beyond the content. The content itself was informative and clarified a lot of student misconceptions about the Hudson River.”
-- M. R., middle school science teacher, Lower East Side
“Your staff is absolutely outstanding! They engaged all the students and they make learning this way just the most fun.”
-- P. S., elementary school teacher, West Bronx
“[My students] loved it and they said that they felt like real scientists!!!!”
-- Y. R., elementary school teacher, East Harlem
“...BioBus gave my students an entire hour to not think about anything else and just have some fun with science! They were so engaged and could not stop asking questions. It was amazing to see.”
-- E. D., middle school teacher, Lower East Side
“I know how excited [my students] were. They didn't even have time to send silly messages in the Meet chat, so that says a lot!”
-- J. S., elementary school science teacher, Bushwick
“My students look forward to any trip or virtual trip we have with BioBus... they've already asked me when the next one will be!”
-- L. F., elementary school teacher, Inwood