Spring 2022 InnovATEBIO ATE Project Talks Webinar Series
Event Date(s): Friday, January 28, 2022 - 01:00pm EST to Friday, April 15, 2022 - 02:00pm EDT
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, InnovATEBIO works to showcase biotech-related ATE projects and mentor prospective ATE PIs.
This spring InnovATEBIO 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 the NSF ATE program.
Spring 2022 webinars will all be Fridays at 1 pm ET (12 noon Central, 11 am Mountain, 10 am Pacific)
Presentation format: Each talk will be 20 minutes. After the talks, there will be 15 minutes for questions and discussion.
Jan. 28 Credentialing in Biotechnology (Tamara Mandell, Phil Gibson, and Bridgette Kirkpatrick) and Biotech-Careers (Sandra Porter)
Learn more and registerfor the Mar 11th talkson Developing & Disseminating Trainings & Tools to build inclusive lab environments and Development of Genome Editing Coursework: A collaboration with Industry
Apr. 1st Dual Credit High School-Community College DNA Sequencing and Genomics (Joseph Oleniczak and Kissaou Tchedre) and Protein Biomanufacturing (Aron Kamajaya)
Learn more and registerfor the Apr 8th talkon BUENO: Biotechnology Unified Education Network of Opportunities Project and Bio Blend: Integrating Biotechnology and Applied Engineering to Meet Emerging Advanced Technological Workforce Needs.
Apr. 15 Agricultural Biotechnology (Erin Krier and Ying-Tsu Loh) and Biomanufacturing (Daiyun Zhang)