Written by Kristen Picard Gene therapy. It’s a fascinating but complex nut to crack. If you’re interested in this topic but don’t have the time to scour the Internet for information, have no fear! In this post, I’ll give a brief introduction to this innovative field by answering some common questions. Where did it begin? […]
The world of biomanufacturing comes to you in our FREE webinar series, now available for download. In this third installment, “High Level Recombinant Protein Production in Insect Cell Culture,” you will learn: Factors affecting cell scale-up and infection Advantages of BEVS Advances in vaccine manufacturing Much more! Click here to view the webinar. This webinar […]
The world of biomanufacturing comes to you in our FREE webinar series, now available for download. In this second installment, “An Overview of Biologics Manufacturing Processes and Things to Consider from Development to Commercial Scale,” you will learn: the typical biologics manufacturing process that uses mammalian cells for protein expression the importance of process development […]
The world of biomanufacturing comes to you in our FREE webinar series, now available for download. This series is led by three biotechnology experts and offers insight into the state-of-the-art world of biopharmaceutical production. By the end of the series, you will have a solid understanding of current best practices for scale-up and production in biomanufacturing. […]
On February 16, WPI and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center hosted a round-table meeting at WPI’s Biomanufacturing Education & Training Center for 25 regional economic, educational and government leaders to strategize for continued growth in the biotech and life sciences economy in Central Massachusetts. Pictured are: (From left) Terrance Flotte, Provost and Dean at UMass […]
Massachusetts is seen as a hub of the life sciences industry, which is generating more jobs, education, and awards. View our infographic to discover more… Looking to enhance your workforce within this growing industry? View our upcoming training workshops…
Biotechnology jobs are expected to increase by 12% from 2012 to 2020. View the infographic below to see the types of careers, fields, and salaries for biotechnology. What are your thoughts about the biotechnology industry? Which area do you see increasing the fastest?