NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wisconsin Stem Cell Symposium - April 19, 2017

12th Annual Wisconsin Stem Cell Symposium

Engineering Cells and Tissues for Discovery and Therapy

April 19, 2017

International Forum on Consciousness - May 18-19, 2017

International Forum on Consciousness

Conscious Evolution: Awakening Through Our Senses

May 18-19, 2017

K-12 Summer Programs for Students and Teachers

Check out our listing of opportunities for students: A Celebration of Life for upper elementary and middle school students; Camp Biotech for 9th and 10th graders. You can also schedule summer Biotechnology Field Trips.

For teachers: Biotechnology: The Basics for Middle School Teachers; geared to high school teachers: Biotechnology: The Basics and Biotechnology: Beyond the Basics. We are also offering two new one day workshops for elementary and middle school teachers. These are all detailed under Teacher Workshops and Courses.

Partnering with NASA's Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium

BTC Institute's Executive Director, Karin Borgh, is now serving as the Associate Director for Aerospace Outreach for the Consortium, which funds a wide variety of educational opportunities in our state.

Molecular Technology Basics for the Non-Scientist:
Course Dates for 2017

We offer three versions of this popular one-day course for people interested in gaining an understanding of the molecular biology-based concepts and techniques that drive the biotechnology industry. Check out the dates for (1) DNA, RNA & Proteins, (2) Forensic DNA Analysis, and, (3) Understanding GMOs.

Prefer a customised 1/2 day option? We can do that for you - just contact Amy Prevost, our Director, Scientific Course, and she'll be happy to work with you to provide the training that meets your needs.

Interested in a quick overview of everything we do?

Check out our Academic Year 2016-17 brochure!

Thank you to:

Promega Corporation, for  primary sponsorship;

FOTODYNE, Inc. for lab supplies, equipment loan and scholarships for teachers

WTN Media for promotional support.

... and to all of our Academic Year 2015/16 partners!