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Molecular Biotechnology comprises a set of universal laboratory skills that complement academic preparation in disciplines impacted by the life sciences.

Robert M. Kelly, Director

Featured course

BIT 495/595

High-throughput Discovery

Hts Design, validate, and perform cutting-edge high-throughput screens in this new class!

BIT 495/595

Insect Genome Manipulation

Insect Learn about current technologies for genome modification and manipulation of gene expression, using insects as the model system.



    Thursday, November 3 at The McKimmon Center. Seminars starting at 1:30p. Featured guest speakers include: Dr. Norman Sharpless (UNC and Lineberger Cancer Center), Bryan Tracy (White Dog Labs, Inc.), and Barbara Sherry (NC State).


    Here is a link to a printable list of courses offered in the next semester.

  • BITS-check it out!

    Oerlogo1 BITS is a new open education resource (OER) containing unique presentations of information on biotechnology-related topics, all created and evaluated by students. Click the BITS link above!

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NC State partners with North Carolina School for the Deaf

The BIT program is making its classroom resources available beyond NC State to serve students with disabilities at other schools.

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NCSU Dr. Thomas Lentz presents at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh

Dr. Thomas Lentz participated in Science on Stage Talks at the NRC-NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh during Postdoc Appreciation Week. Watch the full video to learn more about his research interests: