The ‘Biomanufacturing Haiku’ assignment was completed by students taking BIOL 111, the first class in the three quarter-long BioPath Internship program. This program is a partnership between AGC Biologics (Bothell, WA) and Shoreline Community College (Shoreline, WA). Internship applicants are interviewed by AGC Biologics. AGC Biologics extends offers to those applicants it wishes to hire as interns. Hired interns are able to enroll in the suite of ‘Introduction to Biomanufacturing’ courses (BIOL 111, 112 and 113), which are taught by SCC faculty at the AGC Training Facility at AGC Biologics. Interns are paid by AGC Biologics. Dr. Jan Chalupny designed and taught BIOL 111 fall quarter of 2020.
Write a haiku poem about any aspect of biomanufacturing that we have covered in class so far. It can be something you think is interesting, something you find confusing, something you want to learn more about etc.
Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first line has 5 syllables. The second line has 7 syllables. The third line has 5 syllables.
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