The Student Biotechnology Network

May 29, 2013 at 8:54 am Leave a comment

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The mission of the Student Biotechnology Network is to Inspire students to be the next innovative leaders in biotechnology through education about career opportunities and connection with today’s industry leaders.

The SBN is a student driven and led, not-for-profit organization that provides students an autonomous forum to discuss and explore interests in biotechnology and the life sciences. Through interactive lectures, career fairs, networking events, and unique mentorship opportunities, SBN builds bridges between students and the local biotech sector to help prepare industry-ready graduates. Since its inception in 2001, the SBN has grown to be the largest network of its kind in Western Canada.

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