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Event: 2011 Bio-Link Summer Fellows Forum

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Presented by : Pat Seawell, Tadashi Fukami & Daria Hekmat-Scafe Materials : 1. Stanford-Bio44YSyllabus2011.pdf This is the syllabus of the introductory biology lab course that was introduced to the workshop participants. At the workshop, the presenters discussed how this course may be modified to be implemented at high schools and community colleges. 2 & 3. Week 6 Protocol.pdf and Week 6.5 Protocol.pdf These are lab protocols that were used in the course. Workshop participants tried these exercises with real Mimulus flowers we brought from the Stanford ... Read more

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Presented by Linnea Fletcher , Bio-Link Co-PI Read more

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Presented by Lisa Seidman and Jeanette Mowery , Bio-Link Co-PIs Seidman and Mowery discuss: 1. Bio-Link Curriculum Clearinghouse - what it does, how to contribute, and how to use it. 2. Courses in a Box - a tool for instructors Read more

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Presented by Sandra Porter , Bio-Link co-PI Bio link On-Line June 2011 View more presentations from bio-link Read more

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Presented by Elaine Johnson , Bio-Link PI Johnson discusses Bio-Link's mission, the role of the National Center, connection to other initiatives, and outcomes. Read more

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Using an ion-exchange chromatography lab from Ellyn Daugherty's ( bioteched.com ) Biotechnology: Science for The New Millennium, 2012 curriculum, participants learned how to separate amylase from lysozyme using column chromatography. Applications of column chromatography in research and manufacturing are also presented. San Mateo Biotechnology Career Pathway Read more

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Presented by: Edie Kaeuper, Carin Zimmerman, Golnar Afshar, Samantha Croft, & Bill Woodruff Stem Cells in High School Workshop Read more

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Presented by Sandra Porter , Andrea Porter-Smith, and Patricia Delich. Participants in this workshop will learn how to share information about their programs and events on the Bio-Link web site. Read more

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This workshop is presented by Sandra Porter and Andrea Porter-Smith. Particpants will learn about the process of analyzing gene expression data and work with microarray data obtained from the NCBI's GEO database. These data were generated from a microarray experiment with Arabidopsis thaliana plants that were experiencing drought under controlled conditions. To view the tutorial and slide presentation, please go to Digital World Biology . Read more

Event: Community College Day at BIO 2011

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Presenter : Dr. V. Celeste Carter, Division of Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation. The National Science Foundation is the biggest supporter of STEM education at community colleges. Carter discussed funding opportunities and the role of the NSF in funding STEM projects at 2 yr colleges. Read more

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Presenter: John Ludlow, PhD , Senior Director Process Research & Assay Development, Tengion, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Dr. Ludlow has been with Tengion since 2005. After spending 10 years conducting tumor suppressor research at the University of Rochester (NY), Dr. Ludlow went on to become Director of the Cell Therapy Program for Incara Pharmaceuticals, Senior Director of the Cell Therapy Program for Vesta Therapeutics, and is currently Senior Director of Process Research and Assay Development at Tengion. He has developed and managed research and pre-clinical programs for cell and tissue engineered products, initiated clinical trial sites, and has worked ... Read more

Event: 2011 AAAS Community College Forum on Biotechnology Education

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Karen Hicks talks about her companies experience with hiring biotechnology graduates from community colleges and describes the traits and skills that her company looks for in employees. Read more

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Dr. Bill Tacon discusses the biotechnology industry in Ohio , the need for biotechnicians and partnerships between industry and the state community colleges. Ohio Bioworkforce Training Partnership Read more

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In California, stem cells are a new type of gold. The growing importance of stem cells in medical and biotechnological research means that there are growing numbers of jobs for students who are trained in this area. Learn about the industry, the opportunities, and the Stem Cell Certification program from Dr. Paul Raju, City College of San Francisco. Read more

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Dr. Jay Labov, from the National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council, talks about how undergraduate biology education must change to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Read more

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Dr. Collins Jones talks about the biotechnology education program at Montgomery College in Germantown, MD. Read more

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Dr. Laurence Clement and Jeanette Wright, a City College of San Francisco student, talk about the Bridge to Biotechnology. Read more

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Dr. Robert Hatherill describes his experiences bringing students to work in national labs through the FaST program, presents data that demonstrate the impact of undergraduate research on student learning and discusses other Department of Energy programs that provide internship opportunities for both students and faculty. Read more

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Dr. Carol Brewer talks about Vision and Change in undergraduate biology education. Read more

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Dr.'s Lisa Seidman and Jeanette Mowery discuss about the importance of making sure students are well-versed in the basics. After all, no one wants to hire a biotechnician who doesn't understand how to use a pH meter. Read more

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