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  • University of Technology, Sydney

Boosting skills for future biologics industry

With the New Year comes new opportunities to learn new skills and explore new horizons.

These opportunities for professional development have been offered by the Biologics Innovation Facility (BIF) during their February short course session focusing on Downstream Bioprocessing training.

With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and State borders re-opening at the beginning of 2021, BIF was pleased to welcome scientists and engineers from Queensland who attended this latest class.

The short courses are offered by BIF, in partnership with Dublin-based National Institute of Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) and Cytiva (formerly GE Healthcare), to deliver bioprocessing training to realise the potential of the future biotech and biopharmaceutical workforce.


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