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  • Molecular Biology Summer Workshops

    The two-week long course cover in-depth DNA cloning, PCR, DNA sequencing, genomics and bioinformatics. Learn hands-on techniques used in gene expression analysis including microarray analysis, RNAi and quantitative RT-PCR, bioinformatics and genomics and proteomics.

    No previous experience in molecular biology is required or expected. Forty participants per session will be selected from a variety of disciplines and academic backgrounds.

    $4300 per participant  
    Two week session:
    July 19 – August 1, 2015

    Ford Hall, Smith College
    Northampton, MA USA 01063

    • Fee includes the lab manual, use of all equipment and supplies, and room and board (all rooms are singles)
    • Apply by July 1, 2015
    • Late applications will be accepted on a space available basis. 
    • Payment due 3 weeks following receipt of your email acceptance letter.

    Questions about the program?
    Get more info at www.science.smith.edu/neb
    First come, first served!

    Apply Now!


    To apply:
    Website: www.science.smith.edu/neb
    Email: biolabs@email.smith.edu
    Phone: (413) 585-3915

    1. Molecular Biology Summer Workshops

      What makes a molecular biologist? Watch this video to learn how New England Biolabs and Smith College have been helping to train molecular biologists for 30 years.

    You’ll Learn About:

    • Gene cloning (and library construction)
    • Gene expression analysis
    • PCR and quantitative RT-PCR
    • Genomics and bioinformatics
    • DNA sequencing, including NextGen
    • RNAi and siRNA
    • RNA-Seq