Monday, Oct. 4
8:00 – 9:15am
Southern Capitol Ventures, 21 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 105, Raleigh, NC
Want to start a company? Starting a company? Already an entrepreneur? Come join us for bagels and coffee. Meet some of your peers.
8:00am (Mon. 10/4) – 12:00pm (Fri. 10/8)
BioNetwork Capstone Center, BTEC 250, 850 Oval Drive, Centennial Campus, Raleigh, NC 27695
Practice the basics of clean room operations in a certified, cGMP environment. Topics will include basic microbiology, clean room design and control, environmenatl monitoring, glassware and equipment preparation, solution processing (compounding), and filtration.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
NC State Engineering Career Fair
9:30am (Tues. 10/5) – 4:00pm (Wed. 10/6)
The McKimmon Center, NCSU, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh
The College of Engineering at North Carolina State University holds its biannual Engineering Career Fair, one of the nation’s largest career fairs for engineering students. Media coverage is invited. Free!
7:00 – 9:00pm
Bay 7, American Tobacco Campus, Downtown Durham
The evening will showcase individuals who have successfully launched and are currently launching companies and new business ideas in the Triangle. If you are entrepreneurial-minded and are researching or planning to launch a new business venture, you are invited to attend and participate in this unique event.
Wednesday, Oct. 6
7:30 – 10:30am
North Carolina Biotechnology Center, 15 T.W. Alexander Drive, RTP, NC 27709
A half-day program focusing on our State’s robust vaccines cluster. Our program highlights the State’s vaccine assets, their importance to global health, economy, and exciting new technologies.
Thursday, Oct. 7
8:00am (Thurs. 10/7) – 5:00pm (Sun. 10/10)
BioNetwork Capstone Center, BTEC 124, 850 Oval Drive, Centennial Campus, Raleigh, NC 27695
This course builds upon the fundamentals of fermentation by expanding into cell culture systems. Mammalian systems are discussed and other industrially relevant systems are briefly discussed. the lab sections provide hands-on experience with instrumentation and laboratory equipment typical of biotechnology industrial processes.
5:00 – 6:30pm
National Humanities Center, 7 TW Alexander Drive, RTP, NC 27709
Speaker: Dane Kennedy, George Washington University
Friday, Oct. 8
Fri. 10/8 – Sun. 10/10
UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University campuses
Hear from international leaders on their campaigns to get life-saving medicines and diagnostics to all who need them, particularly the poorest. Learn how students from over 40 institutions in the United States, Canada, Tanzania, Brazil, Europe, Uganda, and Australia are expanding access to drugs for HIV and heart disease, to HPV vaccines and diagnostics. Students, faculty, and community members welcome. Free!
To view a complete calendar of RTP community events, please visit the Science in the Triangle calendar.