Biotech Academy offers free educational materials for biology, chemistry and biotechnology.
Our mission is to ensure equal access to quality science education for all Danish children and young people

 

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Teaching

Biotech Academy provides free educational material for primary and secondary schools. The material can be used by everyone and consists of a number of theoretical sections that form the basis for the exercise that has been developed for the material.

 

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E-learning

Below you can find Biotech Academy’s digital material. This includes: 1) BioWiki – our collection of glossaries and technical terms. 2) The Biostrip – our collection of videos and movies that describe the curriculum for primary and secondary school. 3) The virtual lab – here you can try your hand at a wide range of experiments that can be done in isolation or as part of our projects.

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About Biotech Academy

Biotech Academy is a non-profit student organization under DTU Bioengineering. Biotech Academy offers free educational projects for high schools and elementary schools. All projects involve varying teaching methods and have a strong focus on assignments, exercises and cases. The organization works closely with researchers, industry, teachers and students during the development of each project. Biotech Academy has developed courses on a wide range of topics focusing on current learning objectives in the subjects of biotechnology, biology and chemistry. You can read about diabetes, stem cells, enzymes, fermentation, algae, bacteria, biosensors, CRIPSR/Cas9, photosynthesis, genetic engineering, beer brewing, protein synthesis, respiration, genes and much more. You can also watch videos on many of the concepts for primary and secondary school topics respectively.

Why Biotech Academy exists

Since 2006, we have been working to bridge the gap between research and communication. We are students with a deep passion for life sciences and the difference the field can make in the journey towards a more sustainable society. We are driven to share our passion with the next generation of students and work to increase student enrollment in science education.

Can’t get enough of biotech? Join us at our annual camp!

Every year in week 42, Biotech Academy welcomes 30 high school students to DTU. High school students gain experience with various laboratory techniques, visit the biotech industry and learn about a range of concepts and theory. The application period is at the beginning of the school year and you can read more here.

Interested in more biotech? Contact us today

The Biotech Academy’s operations are sponsored by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, and the individual projects are developed in collaboration with industry, professional organizations and foundations. Feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions.

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CONTACT US

Feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions.

Søltofts Plads, Building 227/041
2800 Kongens Lyngby
biotech@bio.dtu.dk

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ABOUT US

Biotech Academy is a non-profit organization under DTU Bioengineering.

Biotech Academy offers free educational projects on biotechnology for high schools and elementary schools. All projects involve varying teaching methods and have a strong focus on practical work. The organization works closely with researchers, teachers and students during the development of every project.

The Biotech Academy’s operations are sponsored by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, and the individual projects are sponsored by and developed in collaboration with industry, professional organizations and foundations.

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