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UCL- CPI: INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY TRAINING COLLABORATION
11 September 2012
University College London (UCL) has joined forces with The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) to form a new training collaboration in the area of Industrial Biotechnology and Biorefining. We have jointly developed a new module in this area as part of the UCL Biochemical Engineering Modular Training for the Bioprocess Industries (MBI®) Programme.
UCL Biochemical Engineering are the world’s largest training provider of biochemical engineers for the bioprocessing industries and, in terms of MBI alone, have taught 1,200 modules to over 700 individuals from over 300 international companies. In 2011 MBI® won the IChemE Award for Innovation and Excellence in Training & Education.
Uniquely, this module will be delivered at CPI in Wilton by UCL Biochemical Engineering and CPI staff. It will be 3 days in duration (31 Oct - 2 Nov 2012).
The module is designed to strengthen knowledge and provide practical insights into how to improve biocatalytic processes. It is suitable for process engineers, biocatalyst developers, biologists, chemists, research managers and consultants.
For further information please visit www.ucl.ac.uk/biochemeng/industry/mbi
For further information please contact Dr Karen Smith, Director of Bioprocess Leadership at UCL:
Tel: (0)20 7679 4411
Fax: (0)20 7916 3943
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