This project explores the legacy of ATE centers by investigating which ideas, innovations, knowledge, and products developed by the center continue to evolve, to be used, and to influence technician education program. For questions, reach out to Rebecca Zarch (
For the past 20 years, Bio-Link enhanced biotechnology education programs by providing cutting edge professional development for instructors, by improving curriculum, by making use of technologies, and by creating a system for sharing information. For this study, we’d like to know:
How have you engaged with Bio-Link?
What has been the value of this engagement with Bio-Link?
How has Bio-Link influenced your current ATE work (if at all)?
If you’re willing to discuss this further, please provide your email:
As InnovATEBIO builds on the Bio-Link legacy, what support do you need? (name not shared)
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