Made possible by Harvard University and the Amgen Foundation, LabXchange is a free, online community for learning, sharing, and collaboration. Labs are places of exploration and discovery for every field imaginable.

True to this spirit, users can now discover, engage, and share what they learn on this innovative platform. LabXchange curates and create world-class digital content, allowing users to take control of their learning, integrate their experiences and solve real-world problems as a community. Participation will always be free. With a commitment of $11.5 million from the Amgen Foundation, LabXchange launched in January 2020.

LabXchange allows educators to remix and share content to support differentiated, personalized learning. The content library contains high-quality digital resources from universities and scientific organizations worldwide - including interactive lab simulations, videos, assessments, and more. Educators can combine this content with their own materials to create customized learning pathways.

As well as facilitating content creation and remixing, LabXchange connects learners, educators and researchers through social features such as private classes, discussion forums, and the ability to mentor or be mentored. By providing tools that foster hybrid learning, LabXchange allows users to engage in design, iteration, and problem-solving, while supporting individual exploration.

Astronomy, Agriculture, Applied sciences, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedicine, Biotechnology, Computer science, Chemistry, Earth science, Ecology, Electronics, Energy, Engineering, Environmental sciences, Fisheries science, Food science, Forestry science, Gender in STEM, Genetics, Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Information technology, Materials science, Maths, Medical sciences, Meteorology, Microtechnology, Nanotechnology, Nuclear technology, Oceanography, Optics, Pharmacology, Physics, Physiology, Software engineering, Technology, Veterinary medicine, Zoology, Education, Other
Target group
college students, education authorities, general public, primary school students, researchers, secondary school students, teachers, trainee teachers, university students, university lecturers, vocational school students, youth clubs