SEE Director Receives AWIS Award

Congratulations to Claudia Ludwig, Director of Systems Education Experiences (SEE), on receiving an award from the Seattle chapter of the Association for Women in Science for Excellence in Science Outreach. The ceremony to honor award winners took place on June 6.  Please see this link for an ISB news release.  Also read below to learn more […]

Mayor’s Youth Employment Initiative

Since 2003, we have been providing paid internships for high school students. National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health have provided funding for these internships. More recently we have partnered with Mayor Murray’s Youth Employment Initiative to extend our reach. If you are between 14-24 years old and either live in Seattle or want to work […]

Want to run your own science experiments?

Registration opens February 2, 2016 for next year’s Systems Biology and Genetic Research course at WaNIC!   Have you ever wanted to work in a research lab and run your own science experiments? This course will provide a yearlong exploratory journey into the field of STEM medical research. WaNIC will join Institute for Systems Biology, […]

FREE Summer Workshop for High School Science and CTE Teachers

Have you ever wondered… …what’s happening in current research labs? …what systems biology really is? …what STEM professionals do? …how people become STEM professionals? Have you ever wondered how you can EASILY incorporate… …interdisciplinary, hands-on science in your high school classroom? …systems science AND systems thinking into your high school curriculum? Then this workshop is […]

Baliga Lab Receives Two MJ Murdock Awards

The Baliga Lab at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is the winner of two grants in the amounts of $15,000 each from the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust for its 2013 Partners In Science Program. Each of these two year grants will enable two high school teachers to collaborate with scientists in conducting research projects […]