BioRocket Internship at GenSpace
The best way to inform 21st-century dialogue about science is to have stakeholders understand it from a hands-on perspective. To this end, Genspace is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting science literacy through citizen access to biotechnology. We provide STEM educational outreach, cultural events, and a platform for science innovation at the grassroots level. BioRocket is our foremost high school education program. It introduces New York City high schooler to fundamental concepts in molecular biology and scientific research through a spring after-school program that then culminates in a 7-week summer synthetic biology research experience. As part of the program, we introduce our students to preeminent scientists from around the city.
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This combination of a spring after-school learning program and summer research experience gives New York City public high school students an opportunity to learn synthetic biology and laboratory research skills. The aim of BioRocket is to fill learning gaps that make it difficult for some students to transition from schoolwork to a laboratory internship. BioRocket introduces them to fundamental concepts in molecular biology and scientific research through a spring after-school program, then culminates in a 7-week summer research experience.
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33 Flatbush, 7th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217
From Manhattan, cross over the Manhattan Bridge onto Flatbush Avenue. We are close to the intersection of Livingston St. and Flatbush Ave.
Take the 2,3,4,5 trains to the Nevins Street Station or the B,Q,R trains to DeKalb Ave.