Biotechnology students at Hudson Valley Community College.
A free, eight-session course designed to provide basic skills for those interested in entry-level laboratory work will be offered next month at Hudson Valley Community College.
The course will run for four weeks on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in May and will cover laboratory safety, equipment, solution preparation and standard operating procedures used in fields like biotechnology, biomanufacturing, food science, forensics and health care. Those who successfully complete the course will be offered job search assistance. The college will also offer a complementary free course in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) designed for those working in a variety of manufacturing industries.
A Biotechnology Career Night to learn more about the program and careers in biotechnology will be Tuesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. in the college’s Continue reading
Over the past decade, New York’s Upstate, Central, and Western regions have been transformed from retired industry into technical paradises. From the entrepreneurial and medical hubs in the greater Buffalo region to the biomedical advancements and investments taking place in the Rochester/Syracuse area to the nanotechnology revolution in the Mohawk Valley continuing east to the Capital Region, New York State’s economical and educational outlook is bright and prosperous.