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Born in Vacaville, California, CBC is a non-profit organization situated in the heart of one of the world's largest biomanufacturing communities. Beginning with the decision to move into the area by Alza in 1987, we've had distinguished company.
We support the growth and vitality of the biomanufacturing industry as well as the community around us. We foster a supportive environment for those interested in acquiring new skills in biotech as well as those considering the field for their career.
Join us for this discussion on prosperous biotech regions around the US and what drives their success.
Solano College has a new Cell and Gene Therapy program available now. Join CBC for this informational session.
CBC is in an area established in the 1980s as an epicenter of biomanufacturing. CBC President Matt Gardner provided the long view at our launch.
Biomaterials are being developed as replacements in products that traditionally relied on petroleum processing and other environmentally unfriendly methods.
Some biotechnology companies make new products by researching or chemically modifying biological materials. Red algae, for example, make fluorescent molecules that can be used in diagnostic tests.
Source: National Science Foundation and Biotech-Careers.org
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