Want to know what Laney students do with biomanufacturing?

Watch this interview of two graduates, Robert Tracy and Lindsay Planell. Robert Tracy works at Thermo Fisher (formerly Life Technologies) in oligo synthesis and Lindsay works at BioMarin in cell culture.

Fall 2014 classes:

Bio 72 A-D Scientific Instrumentation series

Bio 75 Fundamentals of Biotechnology

Bio 76 Principles of Biomanufacturing

I teach biomanufacturing full-time at Laney College. You can find out more about me by clicking the link above. My email is dbruce@peralta.edu. You can also connect with me via LinkedIn and Twitter.

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The Biology Department homepage has additional information about classes in biology offered at Laney, as well as links to scholarship and professional school resources.

Previously taught courses:

Bio 79 Bioreactor Cell Culture and Protein Recovery

Bio 801 Biology of Growing Food

Bio 24 Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology

Bio 10 Introduction to Biology