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View Resource Female Validation Specialist Video

The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2) has created a series of videos in which technicians describe their job and the preparation they received for it. These videos are great tools for other manufacturing programs to educate current students on options available to them after they graduate and the skills or courses they found most applicable to their real world...

View Resource Standards of Apprenticeship Developed By Northeast Biomanufacturing Collaborative

The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2) has created this 44 page document to outline the standards required by all biomanufacturing apprenticeship programs. The goal of these standards is to provide "the opportunity for the apprentice to demonstrate the achievement of each set of competencies, and build a portfolio of skills." Topics include selection of apprentices,...

View Resource Introduction to Biomanufacturing Textbook

The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2) has created this introductory textbook on Biomanufacturing, and is available for purchase. This textbook covers Facilities, Metrology, Validation, EH&S, Operational Excellence, Quality Assurance, Microbiological Control, Quality Control Biochemistry, Upstream Processing, Downstream Processing, Process Development, and includes a ...

View Resource Process Logic Control Using RoboLego

This document contains instructions for teaching students about process logic control using RoboLegos. The activity was presented by Mary Jane Kurtz and Crystal Auger at the BIOMAN Conference in July 2006. The objectives, materials, and detailed procedures are listed for three separate activities: Fan, Touch Sensor, and Temperature.

View Resource BioMan Blog

The Northeast Biomanufacturing Center and Collaborative (NBC2) has created this blog to "provide information and a perspective on relatively new advanced technology career paths in biomanufacturing." The first two entries explain the history of the biomanufacturing field and describe the BIOMAN Journal. The blog is written by Sonia Wallman, executive director of NBC2.

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