Content related to the tag: Biotech-Careers

Sun, May 7 2023 to Wed, May 10 2023
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The 2023 ABRF Annual Meeting , Driving Collaborative Science, May 7-10, 2023, in Boston, MA, will bring together scientific leaders to commemorate past, present, and future impacts of science on our lives as we band together to make a collective difference in this increasingly global society. The meeting will be on site and virtual.

Early bird registration is open until Jan 31, 2023. Poster abstracts are due Feb. 15, 2023. For more information visit ... Read more

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Description : Did you know that universities and research institutions are major biotechnology employers? And, did you know that shared research resource facilities (core labs) support modern research in these institutions and need an advanced technical workforce with the kinds of skills we teach our students? Core labs enable efficient and widespread access to state-of-the-art technologies and scientific expertise that have accelerated research for over 40 years. These technologies include genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, imaging, flow cytometry, and others to form the foundation of biotechnology research, development, and production. Many core lab directors and staff are members of the Association of ... Read more
Description : Biotechnology employers offer well-paying, interesting jobs, that provide their employees with opportunities to make meaningful contributions to others lives and well-being. We built the website to show the world that students from biotechnology education programs at community and technical colleges are being hired and making contributions to this important and thriving part of the bioeconomy. contains career descriptions based on industry job titles, information about different sectors of the biotech industry, stories about our alumni, and a database of over 9000 employers, with links to their career pages, 805 of whom have hired our graduates, and ... Read more
Fri, Jan 28 2022

Welcome to the first talk in the InnovATE BIO 2022 series of virtual ATE project talks. Leaders in biotechnology workforce education from across the US will be 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.

In these first two talks, we'll learn about an industry-validated credential for biotechnicians (BACE) offered through ... Read more

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A brief overview of the website produced for the ATE-PI connections session, Oct 20-22, 2021 View video

Filed under: Biotech-Careers A Model Career Website for the Skilled Technical Workforce. A presentation for HI TEC 2021. View video

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Tue, Aug 31 2021

We are living in the century of biology. Vaccines are winning the pandemic battle, the biotech industry is rapidly growing, and biotechnology, synthetic biology, and genomics are top priorities for government investment. Biology is the future, and the future is here.

Your students may know that new biomedical technologies can treat once incurable diseases. But do they know that biotechnology products are being used in tennis shoes, fabric dyes, and food, and that biotechnology is beginning to play a major role in addressing climate change, pollution, and food security? Our data ... Read more

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Sandra Porter
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This video is about finding links to employer job pages This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under DUE 1800909 View video

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A short video that was part of the ATE PI conference (Oct, 2020). View video

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