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AIM-Bio faculty spotlight: Stefano Menegatti

Stefano Menegatti, professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at NC State University, specializes in technological innovation in downstream bioprocessing and analytics. He...

DTU delivers six new AIM-Bio courses

After collaborating across two continents since 2020, when the AIM-Bio program began, colleagues from North Carolina State University and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will gather in person at NC State Nov. 9–11, 2022, for the program’s annual symposium. The three-day meeting will feature several keynote speakers, presentations and poster sessions, tours of laboratories, and additional activities.

AIM-Bio Exchange Program is underway

The AIM-Bio exchange program is available for faculty, technical staff, PhDs and postdocs so they can travel to the partner university for a short-term or long-term visit to support course development or research. The first exchange student traveled from NC State to DTU in August 2021. During spring semester 2022, three students from DTU are visiting NC State University. In this article, you will meet the students and learn about their research supporting the AIM-Bio Program.