Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Short Courses at Penn State

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Expand Your Knowledge of Biotechnology at Penn State

Hands-on Biotechnology Training

Biotechnology and Bioprocessing
Short Courses 1997

a continuing and distance education service of the Eberly College of Science


Whether you are new to the field of biotechnology or an experienced
scientist who wishes to expand your knowledge and skills, Penn State's
Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Training Short Courses program will
provide you with important technical information, as well as new ideas and
approaches to biotechnology research and development.

Our courses stress hands-on laboratory experience, and small class sizes
help to enhance your 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 experimentation in microbial
fermentation, tissue culture, and product separation and purification.

Featured Courses:

Fermentation Methods and Scale-up Strategies

March 18­21, 1997
June 3­6, 1997
September 30­October 3, 1997

Scale-up Strategies for Animal Cell Culture

April 1­4, 1997
September 16­19, 1997

Mammalian Cell Culture Methods

May 13­16, 1997
November 11­14, 1997

Separation and Purification Strategies for Biotechnology Products

June 17­20, 1997
October 21­24, 1997

Practical Aspects of Biological Drug Development

April 7­9, 1997

New Courses: 

Validation Issues in Biopharmaceutical Processes

For more information about the Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Short
Courses 1997, please visit the Web site at:

For more information, about registration, contact:

       Ms. Lisa Lyles, conference planner
       Conferences and Institutes
       The Pennsylvania State University
       118 Keller Building
       University Park  PA  16802
       Phone (814) 863-1738
       Internet: ConferenceInfo2 at cde.psu.edu

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 Short Courses 1997 in all correspondence. 

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

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