Biomanufacturing

BioNetwork prepares North Carolina's new and incumbent workforce through hands-on industry training.

Biomanufacturing

BioNetwork prepares North Carolina's new and incumbent workforce through hands-on industry training. Our classes can be offered onsite in partnership with your local NC Community College or at one of our host facilities located throughout North Carolina.



Fundamentals of Validation
This course is designed to introduce technicians and professionals to the principles and regulatory requirements of current drug, biologic and... more
Biopharmaceutical fermentation involves propagating mammalian, yeast, or microbial cells to produce the desired drug product. This process can be... more
Chromatography in Theory & Practice
Chromatography is a critical operational step in many pharmaceutical downstream processes. In this course, you will learn chromatography fundamentals... more
Maintenance Controls for Aseptic Operations
Learn the various roles that maintenance personnel perform in aseptic processing facilities. Through lecture and hands-on activities, we'll review... more
Good Lab Practices: FDA and EPA Regulations
Understand the documentation guidelines required to generate acceptable EPA and FDA product registration safety studies. In this course, you will... more
Cleanroom Gowning
Aseptic gowning is a system of donning apparel to prevent the contamination of aseptic processing areas. The Cleanroom Gowning course will establish... more
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Biofuels from Algae Project
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Brunswick Community College's (BCC) Center for Aquaculture and Biotechnology (CAB) has implemented... more
Bioprocessing Part 1: Fermentation
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This video describes the role of the fermentation process in the creation of biological products... more
Bioprocessing Part 2: Separation / Recovery
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This video is the second in a series of three videos depicting the major stages of industrial-scale... more
Bioprocessing Part 3: Purification
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This video is the third in a series of three videos depicting the major stages of industrial-scale... more