NC State has developed central teaching laboratory facilities to serve the campus community training and education needs in molecular biology skills.
Robert M. Kelly, Director
Study protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions with in vitro and in vivo techniques!
The newest BIT class will be offered Spring 2018. This course introduces students to the design and engineering of proteins with novel or improved functions.
The BIT program continues to make its classroom resources available beyond NC State to serve students with disabilities at other schools, like NCSD (North Carolina School for the Deaf), and provides an outreach opportunity to NCSU students.
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.
The biotechnology writing support group is an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to join an accountability group that will help them develop into more self-sufficient writers. Additionally, these groups will create a professional scholarly community that facilitates the process of critical constructive peer review. This will be a peer led group. The Graduate School will help establish the group, provide resources and instruction, lead training, and invite guest speakers as needed. Email for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.