With its Baylab student laboratories, Bayer offers authentic life-science experiments from the fields of biology, medicine, chemistry and physics in age-specific projects as a supplement to school lessons. Bayer's aim is to awaken an interest in science among young people at an early stage and to encourage their development. The approach has been hugely successful all over the world.
Bayer’s international projects for the promotion of education are the “Baylab” and “Making Science Make Sense” initiative. “Making Science Make Sense” was launched back in 1995 in the United States. Here, Bayer employees regularly go into elementary schools on a voluntary basis to help shape lessons with the aim of boosting the appeal of science through exciting experiments. Thanks to the success of this initiative in the United States, Bayer is introducing similar programs in Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, France, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.