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Contributed By: Lisa Seidman
Mar 6 2011
Biotechnology transforms knowledge that emerges from life science research into technology, the creation of products of value to people. Beginning biotechnology students ... Read more
Contributed By: Jeanette Mowery
Jan 4 2012
Authors : V. Celeste Carter and Kristen Hershbell Charles These instructional materials were developed in collaboration with industry partners and utilize ... Read more
Contributed By: Oana Martin
Jul 5 2017
This course introduces the basic concepts involved in the separation of molecules. The purpose of this course is to give students a basic understanding of the basic underlying ... Read more
Contributed By: Jeanette Mowery
Jul 20 2011
These instructional materials were developed with support from the National Science Foundation and have been used in embryonic stem cell courses at Stanford and at San Francisco ... Read more
Contributed By: Mary Ellen Kraus
Jul 10 2015
Welcome to the Hazardous Materials course-in-a-box. This course is not designed as a safety training course. The educational philosophy of this course, like that of most of the ... Read more
Contributed By: Mary Ellen Kraus
Sep 28 2012
Bench work in the biotechnology laboratory requires that technicians possess certain fundamental math skills and the ability to apply these skills. Beginning biotechnology ... Read more
Contributed By: Jeanette Mowery
Sep 9 2012
This course, from City College San Francisco, teaches the techniques necessary to maintain mammalian cells in culture. The course includes a laboratory exercise using mouse ... Read more
Contributed By: Jeanette Mowery
Nov 19 2012
Survey of Quality, Regulations, and Standards for Biotechnology This Course-in-a-Box is about teaching quality and regulatory affairs. "Quality" products ... Read more