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Shoreline Community College's Biotechnology Lab opens its doors to high school students for week-long explorations of biotechnology and DNA sequencing!  To learn about prior camps, click on the links below.

2015 Highlights

2014  News Story  Executive Report

 

What are students saying about Project Biotech?

 "I always knew I liked science, but after Project Biotech I knew I wanted to have a career in science.”

                                    Josh McNamara, Woodinville High School, 12th grade, 7/10/15

 "Project Biotech provided a unique opportunity to learn amazing things and conduct advanced lab experiments that could not be done anywhere else.”

                                    Claire Perrin, Shorecrest High School, 10th grade, 7/10/15

What is Project Biotech?

Are you interested in learning more about the field of biotechnology? 

Want to know what scientists actually DO in the lab? 

 Then join us for week-long experiences in Shoreline's state-of-the-art Biotechnology Lab!

   Share this 2016 Project Biotech Flyer with your school    

Week 1:  June 27 - July 1, 2016:   Biotechnology Essentials & Beyond

Molecular biology and biotechnology skills development including:
  • Micropipetting
  • DNA Purification & DNA Sequencing
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  • Discussions with Scientists
  • Using computers to view macromolecules & analyzing DNA data for genetic testing

 

Week 2:  July 11-15, 2016:   Biotechnology & Human Health

For students with biology or biotech lab experience, including 2014 or 2015 camps & “Biotechnology Basics” alumni:
  • Advanced lab techniques for diagnosing & treating disease including:
    • Outbreak Investigations
    • SDS-PAGE & Western blots
    • ELISAs
  • Biotech company and research institution tours in Seattle
  • Career panels and discussions with scientists
  • Biotech & Human Health career exploration

 

Week 3:  July 25-29, 2016:   Biotechnology & the Environment

For students with biology or biotech lab experience, including 2014 or 2015 camps & “Biotechnology Basics” alumni:
  • Advanced lab techniques including research and development of algal biofuels 
  • DNA sequence analysis to study invasive species and species diversity
  • Exploration of how ocean acidification is impacting the Puget Sound
  • University of Washington, main Seattle campus, tour of environment-related labs [tentative]
  • Career panels and discussions with scientists

 

Campers get extensive hands-on opportunities to practice these techniques and skills while taking on interesting scientific challenges! 

Thank you to our 2016 Sponsors!

      Edmonds School District Logo        Covance Logo Novo Nordisk Logo  

                                        ZymoGenetics Logo  

 

   CMC Biologics Logo   Northshore School District Logo    June Therapeutics Logo 

         Dendreon Logo       Seattle Genetics Logo

                                        ABE

Emergent Biosolutions  *  Illumina  * Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute

Thank you to our Past donors: 

 de       tl       ilEdmonds School District       logo       logoseattle genetics

 Central Market * SABArchitects * VWR * GE Healthcare * Emergent Biosolutions 

If cost is a prohibiting factor in your ability to attend this camp, funding may be available for you. Please email Dr. Dina Kovarik, dkovarik@shoreline.edu, for more information.