Dr. Mads Bonde observed students having difficulty staying engaged and arriving prepared for lab work while running a lab during his Ph.D. program at the biotechnology lab at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Together with friend and co-founder Michael Bodekaer Jensen, a computer scientist and software architect, Bonde invented a laboratory simulation platform to excite learners with engaging storylines, missions, and project-based learning. That software formed the basis for what would become the science learning platform, Labster.
To find out what Labster achieved over the next decade, download the Labster product research timeline, 2012-2022.
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