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Next Generation National ATE Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences

A student transfers Chinese hamster ovary cells

A student transfers Chinese hamster ovary cells in a City College of San Francisco class as part of the Next Generation National ATE Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences (Bio-Link).

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Bio-Link provides a curriculum clearinghouse of instructional materials that can be accessed through the Bio-Link website with the goal of improving the quality of instruction in biotechnology programs across the country so that students complete certificates, degree programs and either enter employment or continue their education. Bio-Link is supported by the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education program.

You can read more about Bio-Link in the publication ATE Centers IMPACT: Partners with Industry for a new American Workforce. (Date image taken: unknown; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Sept. 1, 2017)

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