BioNetwork’s Summer Cortinez spoke to several high school students from Franklin High School and Macon Early College about Bioengineering careers. Students then participated in an activity where they looked at how scientists are using polymers to find solutions to hemophilia in humans.
On March 13th, Mr. Chris Hanners presented careers in engineering. Mr. Hanners discussed class requirements and the pathway to a career in engineering. Students had a great time trying to construct bridges out of index cards and straws that would hold the most load.
If you are a high school student in Macon County and are interested in participating in the STEM Coffeehouse, please go to the registration page on this website to register. April 17th is our next coffeehouse and the topic is Black Holes!