A one-day symposium, "Advancing Biomanufacturing for the Environment, Health & Industry," will be held on the University of Minnesota campus from 9:30-4 on Friday, June 1. The event will highlight the research outcomes of the Biocatalysis Initiative, an arm of the BioTechnology Institute, a Consortium member. External speakers are Michelle C. Chang (University of California, Berkeley) and Daniela Grabs (Arzeda). Poster prizes will be available; learn more and register here.
The Minnesota Precision Medicine Collaborative (MPMC) is a transformative initiative to use 21st century technologies – including genomics, informatics, bioengineering, analysis of environmental exposures, and behavioral sciences – to tailor health care to the challenges facing individuals and their communities.