We believe that science is worth sharing.

STEM outreach has been a core part of the IRM since the beginning. Through partnerships with schools, universities, and nonprofit organizations, our staff and researchers teach K-16 students in the Philadelphia area scientific skills and provide them with exciting and accurate information about regenerative biology. Our reach is also global through award-winning programs like Project BioEYES – which has impacted over 130,000 students across three countries so far.

We strive to provide opportunities to build communication and teaching skills for faculty, trainees, and students. We are here to support your drive to engage with the community and assist with including this work in your research proposals.

We invite you to get involved in our successful STEM outreach programs and collaborate to find new ways to engage students in Penn’s backyard and beyond.

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Outreach News

Jamie Shuda Wins 2020 Bruce Alberts Award for Excellence in Science Education

Dr. Jamie Shuda and collaborator Dr. Steven Farber (Carnegie Institution of Washington) have received the 2020 Bruce Alberts Award for Excellence in Science Education from the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB). The pair was recognized for their partnership in creating Project BioEYES. The Bruce Alberts Award recognizes innovative and sustained contributions to science education. … Continue reading Jamie Shuda Wins 2020 Bruce Alberts Award for Excellence in Science Education

Catch up on our virtual sessions

For now, we still need to keep apart. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t learn and think together. Over the past few months, the IRM has been hosting virtual sessions for researchers and students of all ages. Because everyone is on different schedules, we have recorded when possible for future viewing. Below are some … Continue reading Catch up on our virtual sessions

Jamie Shuda featured on the Learning Unboxed Podcast

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Eagles’ Jason Kelce talks BioEYES, Philly STEM

The one and only Jason Kelce recently highlighted the IRM’s BioEYES program for the Philadelphia Citizen. The Eagles’ center talked about the origins of the outreach program that now reaches 2,600 Philadelphia youths a year. Read more