This is happening on the main campus tomorrow night :D
The purpose of the Biotechnology Club is to have fun, conduct experiments, tour organizations, volunteer, and bring speakers and events to campus.
This is happening on the main campus tomorrow night :D
Tomorrow is the National Science Foundation (NSF) REU talk and chili cookoff! This is not something you want to miss! We have special guests from the biotech community coming so this will be a prime networking opportunity!
Your voices were heard in Senate today, and the Tobacco Free Campus Resolution was passed. Good job guys!
Don't forget: Today from 2-4 is the Biotechnology open house! Stop by to learn about some of the programs that Santa Fe has to offer and to learn about the biotechnology field! Our keynote speaker is Dr. Douglas Rodriguez, Senior Biomedical Engineer from NovaBone Products! Pizza will be provided.
Biotech Club: Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 18th at 3:30 PM. We are gearing up for our Biotechnology Open House. During the meeting we will be building the frame that is to completed during the open house. We are also working on providing pizza for the meeting and all meetings to follow. IT IS OF THE HIGHEST IMPORTANCE THAT YOU ATTEND. We have seen almost zero attendance for our first two meetings of the semester, and if this continues, we will forfeit all of our funds from Student Life. We have a ton of cool things planned for everyone, but if you do not attend, it will disappear forever. YOU NEED TO RSVP TO THE TEAM MEETING IN eCONNECT SO WE KNOW HOW MUCH PIZZA TO BUY.
For anyone intersted, the ICBR is hosting a Nanostring seminar on Thursday, September 29th at noon. Details of the event and the form to RSVP is listed at: http://www.biotech.ufl.edu/event/nanostring-seminar/
NOTE: If you are considering attending this event, YOU MUST RSVP. If you show up at the event without doing so, it will upset the ICBR staff, and we do not want to damage our relationship with them. TIA
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Today is the day! Be sure to stop by the biotech lab at 3:30 for our first club meeting of the semester!
Hey Biotechnology Club! We are having our Fall Kickoff meeting on Tuesday the 20th in the Biotech lab at 3:30 p.m. Please RSVP in eConnect! This is very important for us because we are planning on bringing light refreshments!
Shout out to our own Victoria Fitts who represented Santa Fe College in the University of North Carolina at Charlotte 2016 Summer Research Symposium!
Biotech Club Announcement! Thursday, April 21st is our last meeting of the semester. During this meeting we will wrap up with determining the day and time the officer's meeting will resume come fall and we will be voting on officer positions. All of the officer positions are open for voting! The positions are as follows: President, Vice President, Secretary, Senator, and Treasurer. If you want to run for a particular office, please read the duties for the particular role your are interested in the bylaws that are listed on eConnect and message me with what position you want to run for. The deadline to notify me on what position you want to run for is Thursday April 14th, and elections will be opened in eConnect Friday, April 15th. Elections will run until noon on Thursday the 21st and the elected officials will be announced during the meeting.
Come check us out at Club Rush at the NW campus!
An interesting read, have a great Tuesday!
Scientists at the John Innes Centre have developed a new strain of genetically modified tomato that is able to efficiently produce industrial volumes of disease-fighting natural compounds such as Resveratrol and Genistein. This process could also be used to grow other natural chemicals in tomatoes.…
This database lists all of the biotechnology companies in the state of Florida, courtesy of UF's Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator.
Here you can access their websites and read synopses of their individual scopes. It is intriguing and remarkably useful.
Where Science Does Business: University of Florida Research into the Marketplace - Florida Biotech Company Database
Tomorrow we have our club meeting at the NW Campus' library at 11:00am. Please meet near the front desk and I will escort us to the meeting room. Thanks!
If you have any questions, email [email protected]
Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, May 20th @ 11:00am (NW campus). Since we do not have an assigned meeting room at the NW campus yet I will just reserve us a study room on the second floor.
NOTE: However we will all meet at the front desk in the library at exactly 11am and I will escort us to the meeting room.
It's time again for the members of the Biotechnology Club to decide our new summer meeting schedule. Go ahead and comment with you're preferred meeting times/days below.
Meetings will be held for one hour, monthly during the summer semester.
ALSO: There may be a new attendance policy put into place to keep track of our current members, who are actively part of our organization, and our graduated members who have moved on with their professional lives :)
Biotechnology Club at Santa Fe College's cover photo
How many students involved at the Perry Center, ambitious to join, or already Biotech Club members, are underrepresented due to the distance of the Alachua campus?
By a show of Facebook "likes": How many of you are located nearer to the Main NW Campus and want more meetings hosted there?
Wednesday the 22nd of January will be our next meeting. We will be deciding officers.
Meeting today at 3pm!
Meeting this Wednesday at 3pm.
If you can't make it please post what times and days are good for you to come to meetings.
STEM fest!!! Tonight there will be a panel discussion at 6:30 where Bioflorida presents Careers in Biotechnology!:
Glenn P. Ladwig, Co-Chair of BioFlorida
Dr. John Byatt, Assistant director of Life Sciences at UF
Scott Cross, Manager Fill Finish Operations at Florida Biologix
and Tiera King, Nematologist at Pasteuria Bioscience Syngenta Laboratory.
Don't forget biotech meeting today at 1pm!
Are you ready for the meeting this Friday, October 25th @1pm?
For any newcomers, the meeting will take place at the Perry Center in Alachua, FL.
We will meet in the training room (next to the conference room which is the first room on the right with large, lovely windows as you head toward the right side of the building)
If you have any further questions, message us on Facebook :)
There is a job fair today that is open to the public at the main campus from now until 2pm! Dress professionally and bring copies of your very impressive resume. Be prepared to be interviewed.
Go on and head down to S-29 (next to the bookstore and by the ATM, not actually in S building).
Our next meeting will be Friday, October 25th at 1pm at Santa Fe's Perry Center in Alachua, Florida.
If this conflicts with your schedule please let me know or forever hold this date until the end of the month on your dry erase calendar. New comers are encouraged to join us!
Biotechnology Club has high ambitions this semester for tours, guest speakers, fundraisers and more interactive projects for everyone. If you have any interesting ideas for the club that you'd like to share --or even if you know someone who might give us a tour or speak for us-- feel free to explore these options and get the ball rolling!
We will have a meeting soon at the Perry Center.
What day/time is good/not good for you? We want everyone to be there :)
Book and Bake Sale at the main NW campus Lawrence W. Tyree Library - Santa Fe College.
I just got 4 great books for only $2!
PLUS they have delectable fresh-baked goods for only 50 cents each. Free popcorn/magazines.
(And they have a LOT of chemistry, biology, whathaveyou textbooks for the interested biotech-ers. None more than $2 each)
Applicable Life Hack Pro Tip 1
*If your eye(s) is/are twitching it can be from fatigue, stress, caffeine, or staring at the computer screen for much too long.
**How to turn this information into a learning experience:
(1) Be ahead in your work/studies.
(2) Sleep enough (thus executing your need for energized elixirs).
(3) Take incremental breaks from straining sights.
It's simple but effective and conducive to succession; not only in preventative eye-twitching measures but also any overall progression.
In spirit of the ghoulish season: ZOMBIE cells.
Zombie Replicants to Outperform the Living
Meeting at 4pm today!!!
Next Wednesday at 4pm, we're getting this club back on track! Me & Willie will be going over responsibilities of officers & holding elections. All positions will be filled that day! Please let me know if you cannot make it but still want to be considered! Or if you have any questions :) Excited to get it going!
Elections this Wednesday at 2PM! Come one, come all!
Biotechnology Club needs new officers!!! ALL positions are available: President, VP, Secretary, & Treasurer (& 2 senators). Elections will be August 28th at 2PM. If you're interested email me!
A little summer reading!
A new study finds strong evidence that bacteria can transfer genes into human genomes, especially in cancer cells.
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Our meetings for the fall semester are the 1st Friday of each month from 11-12 at the Perry Center, typically in the conference room. There is no meeting for the 1st Friday of December as that is the last week of classes. Instead, our last meeting is Nov 30th 11-12 at the Perry Center. This is also the day of our Science Trivia Night!
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