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Biotech programs in Texas Work Together to Adopt and Implement the Texas Biotechnology Skill Standards.

Texas community colleges work together to align biotechnology curriculum.
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Austin Community College
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Collin College
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Del Mar College
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El Centro Community College
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Lone Star College-Montgomery
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Temple College

Free Educational Webinars for Both Students and Faculty

If you haven't discovered some of the free educational seminars hosted by companies and magazines who are selling equipment, you should consider them for yourself and your students.

Bio-Link Program: 
Austin Community College

Supporting Biotechnology Companies While, At the Same Time, Providing An Educational Opportunity to Both Faculty and Students

One of the hot topics discussed at this year's Bio-Link Summer Fellows was the increasing number of programs that are starting contract research organizations (CROs) in order to meet the internship needs of students and at the same time, help companies with projects; especially start-ups.  

Bio-Link Program: 
Austin Community College

Are You Interested in Writing a TUES Proposal and You Are From a Community College?

TUESTYC Project

An NSF Funded Workshop Project for Two Year College Faculty

*** All new for 2011-2012 **

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