Biotech Students Participate in Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day

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Approximately 700 young scientists spent the day at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus learning about epidemiology as they tracked a zombie virus, using DNA to figure out who stole Fluffy’s cat food, and calculating the cost of bringing a drug to market by counting real beans.

The activities were part of the sixth annual Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day at the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center. Students from the Center for Biotechnology Education ran two lab tours on campus. Click here to read more.

You can also watch a video of the event on the Montgomery County campus website.