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Empowering the Next Generation of Scientists to Change the World

We aim to radically improve science education globally

About Labster

Labster is a company dedicated to developing fully interactive advanced lab simulations based on mathematical algorithms that support open-ended investigations. We combine these with gamification elements such as an immersive 3D universe, storytelling and a scoring system which stimulates students’ natural curiosity and highlights the connection between science and the real world. The labs are being used by California State University, Harvard, Gwinnett Technical College, MIT, Exeter University, University of New Haven, Stanford, University of New England, Trinity College, University of Hong Kong and Berkeley among others internationally.

We value strong relationships among our partners, teammates and collaborators. We are working with leading universities globally including MIT, Harvard and Imperial College, and we have received more than 10m USD in grant funding for cutting edge R&D projects.

We believe that a collaborative, motivational working environment is the key to innovation. With a diverse staff throughout our offices in Copenhagen, Denmark and Bali, Indonesia, our company culture is one of leadership, contribution, and integrity.

Our Vision

Empowering the next generation of scientists to change the world.

Our Mission

Leverage technology to create scalable science training software with increased learning outcomes and motivation.

Join Us!

If you are interested in joining Labster, take a look at our vacancies.

Mads T. Bonde

Mads T. Bonde

Founder & CEO

Michael Bodekaer

Michael Bodekaer

Founder & CTO


Watch the TEDx Talk on how Labster is reimagining education

This 11 minute talk covers out most recent impact studies and demonstrates our new cutting-edge virtual reality learning simulations. Please do share the talk with your friends and colleagues, and help us inspire more teachers around the world, to adopt these new innovative teaching methods.