Updated Dec. 12, 2011 at 6:18 a.m.

Premium Lock Capstone Center focuses on needs of biotech workforce

Published: 2011-12-12 06:10:00
Updated: 2011-12-12 06:18:00

Biotech is thriving in N.C. Industry leaders in biotechnology and life sciences gathered at the BioNetwork Capstone Center last week to offer expert advice on specialized workforce training in biotechnology and life science. Picture are: (From left) Anthony Caison, AVP at Wake Tech; Linda Weiner, vice president of NCCCS; Dr. Stephen Scott, president of Wake Tech; Sam Strickland, senior vice president of Wake Tech; and Ana McClanahan, Director of the BioNetwork Capstone Center. (Photo courtesy of Wake Technical Community College)

Education leaders gathered last week to discuss trends and training needs in biotechnology and life sciences at the BioNetwork Capstone Center....

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