Update: 2020 Biotech 101 Series

In response to risks posed by COVID-19, and out of concern for the safety and well-being of our attendees, the Biotech 101 series originally scheduled for September 2020 has been canceled. We look forward to gathering together again in the not-too-distant future to explore the world of genomics. In the weeks ahead, we will be delivering additional content through online channels. Click “Educate” in the menu bar above to learn more about our educational outreach efforts. Additionally, be sure to check out the Biotech 101/201 archives on our YouTube channel.

In today’s world, biotechnology influences daily decisions regarding food, energy and health. To responsibly evaluate these choices we all need to understand DNA, the role of genetics in disease and the impact of biotechnology on agriculture, medicine and the environment.

At HudsonAlpha’s free public education seminar, Biotech 101, you will learn how biotechnology affects your everyday life. The four-week series is an introduction to the field of biotechnology and the influence of genetics on human health and disease. Over the course of the four weekly sessions, participants learn DNA basics and the relevance of genetics and genomics in medicine, agriculture and the environment. Taught by Neil Lamb, PhD, each session includes a primer on a variety of basic genetic concepts followed by examples of these concepts in a research and/or commercial setting.

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Note: The Biotech 101 series is not available via live webcast. For more info on our virtual, public education seminars, please refer to the Biotech 201 series.

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