Gorham school invites tech companies to work on projects with students

GORHAM (WGME) — A middle school in Gorham is inviting different tech businesses into classrooms to work on projects with students.

Gorham Middle School is one of 24 schools taking part in Bioscience Day.

“I think it’s such an extraordinary day for them. They get to wear a lab coat, exposed to real scientists and real science. They get to touch it due to an activity. It’s a win, win for everybody,” said Executive Director of BioMaine Agnieszka Carpenter. Read more

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