Past Events

Tue, Jun 26 2018 to Thu, Jun 28 2018

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Recent trends have seen a rise in the use of monoclonal antibody therapeutics (mAbs) as the medical community strives towards a more personalized approach to treating diseases such as cancer and autoimmune disorders. Monoclonal Antibodies continue to be the ... Read more
Mon, Jun 25 2018 to Fri, Jun 29 2018

The faculty and staff of Madison College and City College of San Francisco are pleased to announce this exciting summer professional development opportunity designed for high-school and two-year college science and technical education instructors. This year Madison College and CCSF have partnered to bring comprehensive curriculum in both human and mouse stem cell systems. The course will be taught five times, at three different locations in an effort to make it ... Read more

Mon, Jun 25 2018 to Tue, Jun 26 2018




The objective of process development for biomanufacturing is to develop a robust, scalable, reproducible and cost-effective process that results in safe and efficacious bioproducts. Process development is performed over several years and begins when a potential bioproduct is first expressed ... Read more

Mon, Jun 11 2018

The Bioscience Industrial Fellowship Project (BIFP) funded by the National Science Foundation through the Advanced Technological Education Program is a three week hands-on and observational fellowship program for high-impact instructors. Fellows reside in Winston-Salem, North Carolina from June 11th -29th, 2018. During their stay, fellows will travel to multiple universities, educational programs, research park and NC Biosciences industrial facility laboratories to elucidate a further understanding of how their curricula translates in this expansive industry.

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Mon, Jun 4 2018 to Fri, Jun 8 2018

Each year Bio-Link Fellows from across the nation travel to the Clark Kerr Campus (CKC) in Berkeley, CA to learn about the latest practices in biotechnology education. Come join us for our 20 th Annual Summer Fellows Forum.

At the Bio-Link National Summer Fellows Forum (SFF), participants learn new skills and techniques, examine and test exemplary curriculum models and course materials, discuss ethical, legal, and social issues in biotechnology and learn how to disseminate this information within their own regions. Fellows are expected to ... Read more

Tue, May 29 2018 to Fri, Jun 1 2018

This workshop will be held in Solano College’s new $ 34 million biotechnology training facility that was built, in part, to support the college’s new Bachelors of Science in biomanufacturing program. Participants will grow mammalian cells using an Eppendorf BioFlo 320 system with disposable polycarbonate bioreactor vessels. The workshop will model how to introduce this emerging technology into a biotechnology classroom.

Funding is available for travel and lodging.

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Fri, May 4 2018 to Sun, May 6 2018

The biology departments at Portland Community College are excited to be hosting the 53rd annual Northwest Biology Instructor's Organization conference . Conference details and registration info can be found at the 2018 NWBIO conference website:

Have some fascinating findings from your biology or education research, or some excellent teaching strategies that you have been developing? Then please consider speaking at NWBIO. Information on submission of abstracts for presentations can also be ... Read more

Thu, Apr 5 2018 to Fri, Apr 6 2018

The Worthington Regional Bio Conference (WRBC) is an annual gathering of industry professionals, research scientists, and business leaders. This conference is a great opportunity to showcase the region's health and bio-businesses sectors and provide networking opportunities. Worthington's bioscience based businesses have a story to tell, and are actively seeking partners for parts of the story that are yet to be told.

Registration opens Thursday, Apr 5th at 4:00 pm

The conference is all day Friday, Apr. 6th

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Thu, Mar 15 2018 to Fri, Mar 16 2018

You are enthusiastically invited to the 13th Annual New Mexico BioInformatics, Science and Technology (NMBIST) Symposium !

Who Attends? The conference is targeted towards principle investigators, researchers, technology companies, students and recruiters looking for college graduates but all are welcome to attend!

Why Attend? Learn about cutting edge advances in the Genome Editing field from top researchers in the field. ... Read more

Tue, Jan 16 2018

Come have a BLAST in our bioinformatics course for instructors!

The biotechnology program at Austin Community College is planning to offer a special section of our bioinformatics course for instructors. This section of the course will be specifically designed for people who are interested in learning how to teach this class.

This course is designed an introduction to using bioinformatics for students who have taken at least one class in biology and chemistry. We cover databases, molecular structures, molecular sequence analysis, and genetic variation. ... Read more