Molecular Biotechnology comprises a set of universal laboratory skills that complement academic preparation in disciplines impacted by the life sciences.
Robert M. Kelly, Director
The newest BIT advanced laboratory module class will premier in Spring 2019 during the second half of the semester! Create an organoid model of colon cancer, design experiments to test hypotheses on colon cancer origin and treatment, apply CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing to target genes in organoids, and develop skills in microscopy and advanced mammalian cell culture.
Thursday, November 8 at the McKimmon Center, Room 2. Seminars start at 1:30p. Featured guest speakers include: Erica Ollmann Saphire, Dr. Anne West, and Rob Dunn.
Check out the NCSU BIT YouTube channel for short tutorials on lab techniques, safety, specialized software, and more! Click the title of this article or link on the right to follow.
Graduate Writing Support Services offers interactive writing workshops as well as individual writing consultations, Shut Up and Write! groups throughout the semester, and the week-long Camp Completion in December. Visit the Graduate Writing Support Services page or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more about these programs.
Are you interested in improving your effectiveness as an educator, or improving your communication skills? The NC State Graduate School now offers a variety of non-credit courses and workshops available that can be used toward completion of the Teaching and Communication Certificate. TCC is open to all graduate students and postdocs at NC State. The BIT Program has also partnered with the Graduate School to offer the Molecular Biotechnology Training Program Teaching and Communication Certificate.