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Carnegie Science carries out a range of educational programs targeted at K-12 school children, teachers, and the general public.
The Carnegie Academy for Science Education (CASE) was created to inspire science education with teachers and students, and operates a number of programs in the Washington DC area.
BioEYES, a program co-created by staff scientist Steve Farber, is a hands-on education program where K-12 students are exposed to and participate in biology research using zebrafish. The program is targeted primarily at inner-city school districts in Baltimore City. Launched in 2003, the program has reached over 100,000 students since its inception. BioEYES also operates out of facilities in Philadelphia, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; and Melbourne, Australia.