MBF Bioscience Supports Vermont’s First Brain Bee

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MBF Bioscience Supports Vermont’s First Brain Bee

Vermont’s young scientists showed off their brainpower last month at the state’s first Brain Bee. Hosted at the University of Vermont in Burlington, the competition included 19 students from five Vermont high schools. The young scientists answered questions on human neuroanatomy, neurohistology, and patient diagnoses. MBF Bioscience is a proud sponsor of the event.

“It is so important to support the education of young people in the sciences,” said MBF Bioscience President Jack Glaser. “I was fortunate to grow up in an environment that fostered science. Engaging with young people to foster scientific thought and education will help to grow the next generation of scientists. It is where our future lies.”

Vermont Brain Bee winner Sarah Longchamp of Middlebury Union High School travels to Baltimore next  Friday, March 19, for the National Brain Bee competition. We wish her the best of luck.

{Image courtesy of UVM University Communications}

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