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News & Events Overview - Georgia BioEd Institute - Growing Georgia’s leadership in life science innovation

Early Career Tips

Guest post by Christopher McKinney, Ph.D., Associate Vice President for Innovation Commercialization at August University I recently had the opportunity to be a dinner speaker for Georgia Bio’s Emerging Leaders Network and visited with the group about my career path, key trends in the license sciences industry, and successful strategies for career

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Interview with Barry Bates, Atlanta Technical College

We recently spoke with Barry Bates, Bioscience Technology Program Coordinator at Atlanta Technical College about his career and service to the bioscience industry in Georgia. Barry is a long-standing member of the Georgia BioEd Institute Board of Advisors. Tell us about yourself, your current role, and your vision and/or goals for your career? I am

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April 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter – April 2017 Tejas Athni is the 2017 Georgia BioGENEius   “Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is one of the most aggressive and deadly cancers found in the brain,” says Athni. But this high school junior’s research has identified a leaf extract that inhibits GBM cell growth. His work, set to be published in a medical

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18 holes for STEM

The 3rd annual Swings Fore STEM Golf Outing brought industry professionals together for a day of fun and fundraising to benefit the Georgia BioEd Institute’s K-12 teacher and student programs. Thanks to the 60 golfers playing an 18-hole team scramble at the Country Club of Roswell, we raised over $12,000 to support our STEM education initiatives.

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41,000 curious folks

The fourth annual Atlanta Science Festival delighted 41,000 curious kids and adults with 100 engaging events from March 15-25, 2017. As a proud sponsor of the event, the Georgia BioEd Institute hosted a Georgia Life Science Industry tent at the Festival’s culminating event, the Exploration Expo, at Centennial Olympic Park. Joining us in the tent

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25,000 pipette tips

Georgia BioEd Institute’s Equipment Depot provides laboratory supplies, consumables and lendable equipment to middle and high school educators in Georgia. The supplies, donated by companies like VWR and Omega Biotek, are distributed to educators free of charge during Open House events like the two we held this past January. 46 teachers from 15

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Tejas Athni is the 2017 Georgia BioGENEius!

Georgia Bio and the Georgia BioEd Institute today named Stratford Academy junior Tejas Athni of Macon, GA as the winner of the 2017 Georgia BioGENEius Challenge, the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research and innovation in the biotechnology field. As Georgia’s BioGENEius finalist, Athni will attend the 2017

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Genes in Space!

UPDATE 3/16/17: This event is cancelled. We’re hosting a teacher workshop as part of the 2017 Atlanta Science Festival to help educators bring the cutting edge of biology and space exploration into their classrooms. Participants will solve a food contamination crisis at the International Space Station using the essential biotech techniques

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