Projects

RESEARCH. INNOVATE. DEVELOP.

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SUMMER OF STEM

Summer of STEM is geared towards students aged 9-12 (Wetlands) and 13-17 (Tropical Forests). The camp has three (3) major focus areas:

1. EcoDiscovery
Introducing students to various ecosystems that exist and key characteristics of each. Virtual labs to take students on a journey exploring biodiversity on land and underwater.
2. MathDoc
Creatively engaging students in the world of Mathematics. From the basic to the advanced level, students will be prepared to conquer math and engineering principles.
3. TechWiz
From coding to building technology, students will experience high-level exposure to technology.

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SWIMBIOME

A programme implemented in primary and secondary schools across the Caribbean. The main aim is to increase the proportion of islanders who can swim to increase resilience and reduce climate change vulnerabilities. The syllabus is developed to span 6-weeks and certify participants in Introductory Swimming. 

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MARI-DIGITAL

e-Biome offers this service to hotels and restaurants along the beach where divers will carry out an assessment of the surrounding (bio-analysis) and use findings to develop marketing tools. These assessments will help to increase the visibility of the attractions, boost their service offerings as a known provider of something unique and exclusive, as well as, build their capacity.

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International Young Scientist Programme

Students aged 14-22 are encouraged to apply for e-Biome’s Young Scientists Programme. The programme is geared towards strengthening research and analytical skills for a career in scientific research and development. The programme is dynamic as it explores areas such as the biological sciences, biochemistry, microbiology and ecology. Participants will gain sufficient knowledge to undertake basic research. The aim and focus of the programme is to develop young scientists’ analytical skills and critical thinking capacity, and essentially increase their drive for innovation. 

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