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Are You Interested in Writing a TUES Proposal and You Are From a Community College?

TUESTYC Project

An NSF Funded Workshop Project for Two Year College Faculty

*** All new for 2011-2012 **

Bio-Link weekly news, May 2nd, 2011

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The American Society for Cell Biology Image library with photos of cells:  http://www.cellimagelibrary.org/images/810

photo by:  Tonya Anderson & Deanna Benson

This wonderful resource has photos of different cell types, cell processes, and cell components.  It's a great place to send your cell culture students.The good news is that so many events are appearing on the horizon that we realized it was time for a weekly news report.

Funding dreams and writing Advanced Technology Education proposals for the National Science Foundation

It only takes a quick trip to the grocery store to see that familiar jobs are vanishing. Unless you're in Oregon, grocery store checkers are going the way of gas station attendants, travel agents, and secretaries. Jobs are changing, new jobs require different skills, and even those jobs will be obsolete within a short time.

New videos: Bridge to Biotech

Listen to students and instructors in the Bridge to Biotech Program on Bio-Link's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/b

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City College of San Francisco

Deadline for interested Bridge to Biotech adopters extended

Bio-Link has just extended its deadline for colleges interested in being part of the f

New Information on the Bridge to Biotech Scale-Up

New information has been posted on the Bridge to Biotech scale-up project:

 

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