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.



Operations in Biotechnology Processes: An Overview
This course will focus on the details of the typical processing procedures utilized to produce a biopharmaceutical product. An understanding of the... more
Molecular Biology Techniques
This course provides students with a sound, practical, and theoretical knowledge of key techniques to perform cell culture. Topics include growth... more
Computer Application Validation
Interactively learn and apply requirements in validating Computer System Applications. By concentrating on information systems and instruction on how... more
BioCertification Boot Camp
All students who complete the BioWork Certificate Program successfully are eligible to take the certification exam.  Students must be able to... more
Sample Preparation for HPLC Analysis
Students will execute basic analytical processes and use HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography) instrumentation to perform analysis of trace... more
Advanced Batch Production Records Concepts
Participants will learn the importance and benefits of having and completing Batch Production Records (BPRs) and the differences/similarities/... 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