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Thu, Mar 21 2019 to Sat, Mar 23 2019
Lil Bub

Caturday Microbiomes is one of the many hands-on workshops at the 5th Life Discovery Conference, in Gainesville, FL.

Microbiomes to Ecosystems: Evolution and Biodiversity across Scale, Space, and Time

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Sat, Mar 23 2019 to Tue, Mar 26 2019
The Alamo

The ABRF (Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities) 2019 Annual Meeting will take place in Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio from March 23-26, 2019. The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center is located near the banks of the River Walk in downtown.

The ABRF meeting is not just for OMICS-centric researchers! ABRF is expanding in new directions making it the must-attend meeting for core facility professionals of all disciplines. Highlights of the ABRF annual meeting include scientific sessions and workshops that allow presenters and attendees to explore and ... Read more

Fri, Apr 5 2019 to Sat, Apr 6 2019

This FREE Gene Editing Workshop will be presented in partnership by Delaware Technical Community College and the Gene Editing Institute at Helen F. Graham Cancer Center and Research Institute, part of Christiana Care Health Services. Delaware Tech will be hosting a two-day workshop focused on the exciting and rapidly developing area of CRISPR-based gene editing.

The workshop will include information and curriculum with the field and hands-on laboratory training. At the conclusion of the workshop, you will be able to incorporate gene editing curriculum into the courses you teach. Funding for this workshop comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF-ATE Grant # DUE 1700660), and supports 15 community college instructors to attend the two-day workshop, as well as reimbursement for travel and accommodations. Read more

Sat, Apr 27 2019
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Fri, Apr 12 2019

Maryland Collegiate STEM Conference (MCSC) is a collaborative effort of community colleges in Maryland to shine a spotlight on STEM and related areas. The Conference provides students, faculty and staff of community colleges a common platform for professional development, showcasing undergraduate research work, creating STEM awareness and opportunities to network with others. Partners from both high schools and four-year colleges are encouraged and welcome to attend as well. 

 

Student Centered Keynote Presentation by Professor Arthur Shapiro

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Mon, Jun 3 2019 to Fri, Jun 21 2019

The BIFP is a three week observational and hands-on fellowship program where selected instructors reside in Winston–Salem, North Carolina, during June, for an immersion in NC Bioscience; educational institutions, training facilities, laboratories, classrooms, and industrial and education sites.  The National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce (NCBW) of Forsyth Technical Community College has had close to 50 Fellows representing ... Read more

Tue, Jun 11 2019 to Thu, Jun 13 2019
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Tue, Apr 30 2019

JUNE 11, 12, & 13 2019

HOSTED BY: DEAN MIKE FINO, PROFESSOR DR. BARBARA JUNCOSA, PROFESSOR DR. DOMINIQUE INGATO

LOCATION: MIRACOSTA COLLEGE IN OCEANSIDE, CA

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Design of experiments (DOE) is a system that optimizes a process through the methodical varying of key parameters and a formalized statistical approach to analyzing, interpreting, and applying the results. DoE is designed to make any ... Read more

Tue, Jul 16 2019 to Thu, Jul 18 2019
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Tue, Apr 30 2019

HOSTED BY: PROFESSOR DR. MAGGIE BRYANS & PROFESSOR DR. LINDA REHFUSS

MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN BLUE BELL, PA

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As described in the Quality Assurance unit of the Introduction to Biomanufacturing textbook, “The primary customers for biopharmaceuticals include medical practitioners, regulators, and the patients who receive the biopharmaceutical products. All are concerned with the safety and ... Read more

Tue, Jul 16 2019 to Thu, Jul 18 2019

As described in the Quality Assurance unit of the Introduction to Biomanufacturing textbook, “The primary customers for biopharmaceuticals include medical practitioners, regulators, and the patients who receive the biopharmaceutical products. All are concerned with the safety and effectiveness (efficacy) of the product.” With this in mind, Quality Assurance (QA) is the ability to manufacture a product with a predetermined set of criteria that insure the safety, efficacy and potency of the product, for every vial produced. Within the QA department are the Quality Control (QC) units, which ... Read more

Sun, Jul 21 2019 to Sat, Jul 27 2019
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Wed, Apr 24 2019

Foodborne disease outbreaks and food recalls frequent the news. What organisms cause these diseases? What can an individual do to protect themselves from these diseases? What measures are being taken by the federal government to prevent transmission of these diseases?

Science, health, agriculture, and family and consumer science teachers have an opportunity to provide inquiry-based lessons related to these outbreaks, recalls, and nutrition.  Lessons can be found in the curriculum Science and Our Food Supply developed jointly by FDA and NSTA. And, in order to prepare ... Read more

Mon, Jul 22 2019 to Fri, Jul 26 2019
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Mon, May 20 2019


Purpose: The purpose of this short course is to introduce teachers to the online curriculum and provide teachers with hands-on biotechnology experience.

  • Designed to give science and technology high school teachers in the state of Texas an opportunity to obtain certification for teaching advanced biotechnology as a course for science credit. The online curriculum will provide teachers with an overview of the biotechnology field and an introduction to the latest information
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