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Animal Cell Culture Methods and Scale-Up Strategies
May 19­23, 1998; September 8­12, 1998

Fermentation Methods and Scale-Up Strategies
March 24­27, 1998; June 9­12, 1998; October 6­9, 1998

Separation and Purification Strategies for Biotechnology Products
June 23­26, 1998; October 20­23, 1998

Practical Aspects of Biological Drug Development
April 21­23, 1998

Whether you are new to the field of biotechnology or an experienced
scientist wishing to expand your knowledge and skills, the Penn State
Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Training Program can provide you with
important technical information, as well as new ideas and approaches to
biotechnology research and development. 

Our programs stress hands-on laboratory experience. Morning lectures by
University faculty and industrial specialists are coupled with extensive
afternoon laboratory work. Small class sizes of fifteen to twenty
participants enhance learning and answer your questions. Informal
discussions with faculty and other participants on practical solutions and
new approaches to biotechnology and bioprocessing problems complement the
laboratory activities. Participants will have the opportunity to see and
use equipment in the Bioprocessing Resource Center Pilot Plant. This
facility is available for process testing, validation, scale-up, and
equipment demonstrations and is designed for research and development in
microbial fermentation, tissue culture, and product separation and


Personnel in research and development, quality assurance, and regulation
and validation; operators; marketing managers; process engineers;
biochemical engineers; and those new to the field of biotechnology who
want to expand their knowledge of bioprocess technology will benefit
greatly from attending this program.

For complete details and up-to-date information, please visit the web site at:


About short course content or other biotechnology and bioprocessing
training programs:
Dr. Kamal Rashid, Program Director
Carey Shuey, Program Assistant
Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Training Program
The Pennsylvania State University
108 Althouse Laboratory
University Park  PA  16802-4500
Phone: (814) 863-1918 or 863-5487
E-mail: cls20 at psu.edu

About registration:
Lisa Lyles, Conference Planner
Conferences and Institutes
The Pennsylvania State University
118 Keller Building 
University Park  PA  16802-1300
Phone: (814) 863-1738 
E-mail: Conferenceinfo2 at cde.psu.edu

a continuing education service of the Eberly College of Science

To receive a brochure with registration materials, nationwide, call
1-800-PSU-TODAY (1-800-778-8632) or send us an e-mail with your name,
address, phone number, fax number, and Internet address to
Conferenceinfo2 at cde.psu.edu .  Please be sure to reference 
BIOTECHNOLOGY and BIOPROCESSING in all correspondence. 

For information about all of Penn State¹s upcoming programs, visit our Web
site: http://www.outreach.psu.edu

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