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October 7th is National Manufacturing Day. To celebrate, three InnovATEBIO members talked about their work on biomanufacturing and biomanufacturing education. Topics and Speakers : 1. New kits for teaching biomanufacturing concepts in high school Dr. Jan Chalupny, Shoreline Community College, Cell and Immunotherapy Hub , DUE 2054990 Description : Dr. Chalupny has been working with high shool teacher partners to develop kits for teaching biomanufacturing concepts in the high school classroom. She will describe the kits, their contents, and how they were developed. - Learn about ALL of the great Shoreline Community College biotech education resources on this page . ... Read more
Fri, Oct 7 2022
biomanufacturing

October 7th is National Manufacturing Day. To celebrate, three InnovATEBIO members will talk about their work on biomanufacturing and biomanufacturing education.

Topics and Speakers :

1. New kits for teaching biomanufacturing concepts in high school
Dr. Jan Chalupny, Shoreline Community College, Cell and Immunotherapy Hub , DUE 2054990

Description : Dr. Chalupny has been working with high shool teacher ... Read more

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Misty Wehling
Description : This project focuses on developing a training program for protein biomanufacturing. As part of this program, students complete internships in a student-centered Contract Manufacturing Organization. Student interns will be producing Taq polymerase and providing it to the larger bioscience community. Speaker : Aron Kamajaya, PI, Los Angeles Pierce College, Los Angeles, CA Read more

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EA Stewart
St Louis Podcast
Fri, Apr 1 2022

Welcome to the InnovATE BIO 2022 series of virtual ATE project talks. This series features leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US sharing their work on exciting projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. The ATE program supports the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy.

An interesting aspect of this week's talks is that both ATE projects seek to establish their own version of core facilities. Unlike most core facilities, which are found in ... Read more

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EA Stewart
chemical and engineering
Mon, Jan 24 2022
A technician culturing cells

Cell-based and gene therapy products are a growing area and becoming a major component of the biotechnology industry. The Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project, funded by NIIMBL, brings six InnovATE BIO college programs and their regional industry partners together to identify the technical skills and knowledge needed for the development, manufacture, and testing of these advanced therapies.

This Train the Trainer session focuses on the QC analytics, microbiological control approaches and regulatory requirements associated with ... Read more

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Margaret Bryans introduces the workshop. James DeKloe provides an introduction to cell and gene therapy. This work was funded by a grant from the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals. (NIIMBL) through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project. Six colleges are collaborating on the WEBET project: Forsyth Community and Technical College (Russ Read) MiraCosta College (Barbara Juncosa and Dominique Ignato) Montgomery County Community College (Margaret Bryans) Quincy College (Isso Bayala) Shoreline Community College (Louise Petruzzella) Solano College (James DeKloe) Read more
Barbara Juncosa, James DeKloe, Margaret Bryans talk about how to teach the concepts and hands-on skills needed for preparing students to work in Cell and Gene Therapy. This work was funded by NIIMBL through the Workforce Expansion in Biomanufacturing Emerging Technologies (WEBET) project Read more

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