Made possible by the Amgen Foundation and Harvard University, LabXchange is a new online platform that will allow anyone, anywhere to experience science. By creating an online community for learning, sharing and collaboration, LabXchange is set to transform science education by fostering lifelong learning and opportunity for all. Developed at Harvard as the brainchild of Robert Lue, a professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, and through the support of the Amgen Foundation, this free online science education platform will provide students around the world with access to personalized instruction, next-generation virtual lab experiences and networking opportunities across the global, scientific community.

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Everyone needs science: introducing LabXchange
September 2, 2020
Zweite Entwicklungsphase beginnt im Juli
PH Zürich
July 10, 2020
Il Programma ABE 2019-2020 Continua In DAD Con LabXchange
Liceo Scientifico Statale
June, 2020
Take 10: Using Routines to Teach Science Online
Connecticut Science Center
June, 2020
Alia Qatarneh (ALM ’20) of ABE and LabXchange Receives the Dean’s Prize for Outstanding ALM Thesis
Harvard University - Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
June 16, 2020
Embracing Digital Learning in the COVID-19 Era
Connecticut Science Center
May 12, 2020
E-Learning in the era of COVID-19 pandemic
The Daily Excelsior
April 12, 2020
Excited for LabXchange
The Harvard Crimson
February 20, 2020
Announcing LabXchange at Harvard University
February 6, 2020
LabXchange is launched!
Open edX
February 3, 2020
Let's get kids serious about science
Crosstalk by CellPress
October 17, 2019
Easing the way for students to ‘do’ science
Harvard Gazette
July 16, 2018


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