Mobile Science Lab Visits Bedford’s Lane School

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Mobile Science Lab Visits Bedford’s Lane School

Photo courtesy of Bedford Minuteman

Photo courtesy of Bedford Minuteman

Photo courtesy of Bedford Minuteman

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Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 11:10am

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Sitting in the parking lot of Lt. Job Lane Elementary School is a bright yellow shipping container. While it is relatively common for schools to have containers outside their main buildings for additional storage, there is much more than spare desks and office supplies in this metal box. In fact, it is a mobile science lab, filled with state-of-the-art equipment and scientists ready to help students explore the world of science.

The Millipore Curiosity Cube, sponsored by the bio-technical engineering company Millipore Sigma, which is based in Billerica. The Curiosity Cube travels the country visiting schools and working with young students. The Curiosity Cube visited Lane school on Friday, and classes throughout the day visited the structure.

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