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The Technical University of Denmark Announces 2024 Biotech Lifelong Learning Course Program

The Technical University of Denmark has released their 2024 Biotech Lifelong Learning course program. The program includes short courses tailored for industry professionals, alongside specialized PhD courses with seats reserved for industry participants.

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has announced the release of its 2024 Biotech Lifelong Learning course program, a comprehensive offering designed to support the evolving needs of professionals in the biotech industry. This program, developed by DTU’s Department of Bioengineering, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering and The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, and North Carolina State University’s Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC), encompasses a range of short courses for industry as well as specialized PhD courses with seats reserved for industry participants, making it a valuable resource for biotech professionals looking to enhance their skills and stay updated with the latest developments in the field.

Short Courses Tailored for Industry Professionals

The heart of the 2024 program consists of short courses meticulously designed to cater to industry professionals. These courses are crafted to equip individuals working in the biomanufacturing industry with the knowledge and expertise needed to excel in their roles.

Among the short courses available are:

Sustainability Assessment of Bio-Based Products: An exploration of sustainable practices in biotech.

Introduction to Biomanufacturing: A fundamental course providing insights into biomanufacturing processes.

Process Analytical Technology for Biomanufacturing: A deep dive into the tools and techniques used in biomanufacturing quality control.

Food for the Future: Examining the role of biotechnology in shaping the future of food production.

Mammalian Cell Cultivation: An in-depth exploration of the cultivation of mammalian cells, a critical aspect of biomanufacturing.

Hands-On Introduction to Biomanufacturing Operations: A practical course offering hands-on experience in biomanufacturing operations.

Hands-On Microscopy (Tailor-Made): This course can be customized to meet the unique requirements of individual organizations, ensuring that employees receive training that directly benefits their work.

DTU’s Biotech Lifelong Learning program stands out for its ability to develop tailor-made courses that address the specific training needs of biotech companies. If your organization is interested in discussing the development of a bespoke course for 2024 or beyond, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Jennifer Hemphill (jenhem@dtu.dk), Industry Liaison Officer at DTU Biotech Lifelong Learning.

Specialized PhD Courses with Industry Seats

In addition to the short courses, the 2024 program also features specialized PhD courses with reserved seats for industry participants.

These courses include:

Upstream Process Development: Focusing on the critical upstream processes in biomanufacturing.

Automation and Control of Yeast Fermentation: An exploration of automation in biotech processes.

Introduction to Python for Data Analysis and Automation in Biology: Enhancing data analysis skills for automation in biology.

Applied Computational Biology: Utilizing computational techniques in biotech research and development.

Industrial Mycology: Exploring the applications of fungi in industry.

The 2024 Biotech Lifelong Learning course program is a testament to DTU’s commitment to advancing the biotech industry by providing accessible and cutting-edge education to professionals and researchers alike. With a diverse range of courses and industry collaboration opportunities, DTU remains at the forefront of biotechnology education. Join us in shaping the future of biotech by enrolling in our 2024 program and unlocking new possibilities in your career.

DTU Biotech Lifelong Learning has been funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, under the Fermentation Based (FBM) Initiative and Accelerated Innovation in Manufacturing Biologics (AIM-Bio) Project.


For more information, please contact:

DTU Biotech Lifelong Learning
Jennifer Hemphill, Industry Liaison Officer
Email: jenhem@dtu.dk
Phone: +45 45 25 26 39
Webpage: lifelonglearning.dtu.dk/en/biotech
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/showcase/dtu-biotech-lifelong-learning