ABE empowers teachers to bring biotechnology to their classrooms.
Curriculum & Resources
Amgen Biotech Experience (ABE) offers many types of curricula and resources.
Students to learn about core technologies used by scientists in the discovery of human therapeutics, so that they will better understand the role of biotechnology and the potential impact of this industry on our future. > LEARN MORE
ABE Is Effective
Studies have shown that students exposed to ABE have increased interest and confidence in science and biotechnology.
Students made a significant and substantial gain in biotech learning.
Teachers reported greater interest, knowledge, and skills from their ABE training.
56% of participating ABE schools in U.S. serving low SES students.
Breaking New Ground in Biotech Technologies
Fifteen years into a career, it might seem rare to be able to break completely new ground in a new role, but for Disha Patel, that is exactly what she is doing. As newly appointed digital technology and innovation site lead for a new Amgen manufacturing facility in Ohio, Patel is working to bring the new site online, even before a building is in place. > READ MORE
Creating Community-Driven Genomic Data for Native Peoples
While pursuing a PhD in cancer biology, Krystal Tsosie had a stark realization: that the therapeutics she might ultimately develop may not in the end benefit her community, the Navajo Nation.
“I had this fundamental reckoning that if I were to be one of the few Native Americans to get a PhD in a STEM field that I would want to make sure that the field actually benefits my people,” she recalls. ...
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