Entries by Jenifer Baptiste

What is BioTech Delft doing during this summer?

This summer is different than other summers, because of the COVID-19 situation, we started to orientate ourselves in online education. Vincent started to film a MOOC about Scale up/Scale down together with three teachers that also work at DSM, Henk Noorman, Cees Haringa en Wouter van Winden. We are working on more online biotechnology education. […]

Free MOOC Industrial Biotechnology

Due to the Coronavirus many of us are working from home, worldwide. We have therefore decided to open the MOOC Industrial Biotechnology as of tomorrow, March 24, at 2 pm CET until the June 2nd. Feel free to distribute to your contacts. Participation is free. https://www.edx.org/course/industrial-biotechnology-2 What will you learn in the MOOC: Week 1: […]

Advanced Course on Microbial Physiology and Fermentation Technology 2020

This week the Advanced Course on Microbial Physiology and Fermentation Technology (20 – 31 Jan. 2020) took place for the 32th time, organized by BioTech Delft. During this course 36 participants from industry and universities with 15 nationalities participated. The course aimed to familiarize participants with the integrated, interdisciplinary approach required in modern microbial biotechnology. […]

Multiscale modelling and 150 years of Gist

From 18-22 November 2019, the second version of the Multiscale Computational Methods in Bioprocesses took place. During the course the participants learned about modelling from industrial scale to molecular scale and back, using different approaches and software. There was an opportunity to visit the pop-up museum around 150 year yeast in Delft, displaying the life […]

The use of fresh sea water

This week the Advanced Biofilm Course (7 – 12 Oct. 2019) toke place, organized by BioTech Delft. During this course 24 participants from industry and universities learned all about biofilms: biofilm imaging, microsensor techniques and mathematical modelling. One of the things needed for this course was fresh sea water. The sea water was used for […]

Grand Opening Biotech Campus Delft – Planet B.io

On the 3rd of October 2019, the staff of BioTech Delft was invited for the Grand Opening Biotech Campus Delft. Amongst others, Constantijn van Oranje was there to open Planet B.io, the new centre for open innovation in industrial biotechnology. Planet B.io offers start-up companies access to an unique open ecosystem in Delft and expects […]

Winning a free Advanced Course

Every year the department of Biotechnology launches a free online course in Industrial Biotechnology. During that course one participant will win a free all-inclusive advanced course (including trip, stay cost and food) in the Delft, Netherlands. Last years winner will follow the advanced course Microbial Physiology and Fermentation Technology. The winner of 2018 was Magdalena […]