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Thu, Jan 13 2022 to Sun, Jan 16 2022

We are pleased to announce the 1st Virtual Hackathon for Developing CURES in Antibody Engineering. This event will take place January 13-16th, 2022. We are extending the application date - Applications are due by November 19th .

This work is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education program ( DUE 2055036 ) and is being carried out in collaboration with the NIH Office of Data Science ... Read more

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Mon, Mar 8 2021 to Wed, Mar 10 2021
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Want to learn how your students can do research while they're stuck at home?

The Allen Institute is holding a symposium from 8 am - 11 am PT on Mar 8-10, 2021 on open data resources from the Allen Brain Map. There will be interactive tutorials with transcriptomics data, electron microscopy data, and more!

Learn more and register! Read more

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Mon, Mar 1 2021
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In October 2019, InnovATE BIO (NSF DUE 1901984), was designated the National Biotechnology Education Center for the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). The center works with two-year colleges throughout the US to develop workforce to support the biotechnical enterprise. A key element of workforce preparation is hands-on experiences, such as those provided through undergraduate research experiences (URE). To support the development of URE in biotechnology programs, InnovATE BIO is inviting colleges with an interest in ... Read more

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EvaluateUR-CURE is a method for evaluating course-based undergraduate research experiences -- CUREs. EvaluateUR-CURE is a modification of EvaluateUR, an assessment method developed for independent student research experiences. In common with EvaluateUR, EvaluateUR-CURE has about a dozen student outcome categories, each defined by several outcome components. In order to assess student progress, each component is scored both by the student researcher and his or her faculty mentor using a five-point scale and accompanying rubric.

EvaluateUR-CURE is currently in development and ... Read more

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Soil Microbiome Project at CCC: On Campus Internship, Authentic Service to Community Customer, Recruiting STEM Students Workshop Presenter: Katie Krolikowski In response to analysis of labor needs for the high concentration of R&D firms in the region, the biotechnology program at Contra Costa College in San Pablo, CA has been increasing its focus on making its training attractive to STEM students intending to transfer to 4-year institutions, while continuing to serve certificate- and associates degree populations. Learn how we have contextualized our ’standard’ training curriculum to a research project that surveys the changes in the microbiome in the soil of ... Read more

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