ATE Projects

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Fri, Jan 28 2022 to Fri, Apr 8 2022

The National Science Foundation's Advanced Technology Education program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive the US economy. As a National ATE Center, InnovATE BIO works to showcase biotech-related ATE projects and mentor prospective ATE PIs.

This spring InnovATE BIO is hosting a series of webinars featuring biotech-related ATE projects. We are grateful for the opportunity to have ATE PIs come talk to you about their projects. We hope these talks encourage you to think about writing and submitting your own proposals to ... Read more

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An overview video produced for the ATE-PI 2021 connects session, Oct 20-22, 2021 View video

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Thu, Mar 11 2021 to Fri, Mar 12 2021
American Association of Community Colleges

Has your college been an ATE grantee? Did you have a “New to NSF” grant? Keep the momentum going! Take advantage of what ATE funding can do for your college’s technician education programs and students by “Moving Up” to an ATE Project. What will help make your proposal be more competitive? How do requirements and reviewer expectations change when you take the next step? Where can you get help to make your proposal more competitive? Learn the answers to these questions along with strategies, insider tips, and mistakes to avoid in seeking your next ATE grant.


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EA Stewart
CCSF intern working in the laboratory
Immuno-biotechnology and Bioinformatics in Community Colleges PRESENTERS: Sandra Porter, Shoreline Community College , Todd Smith, Digital World Biology, LLC The use of new technologies such as immuno-profiling (where large numbers of immune receptors are sequenced en masse) and targeted cancer therapies (where researchers create, engineer, and grow modified T cells to attack tumors) is leading to job growth and a demand for new skills and knowledge in biomanufacturing, quality systems, immuno-bioinformatics, and cancer biology. In response to this new demand, Shoreline Community College (Shoreline, WA) has begun developing an immuno-biotechnology certificate. Part of this certificate includes a five-week course (30 ... Read more