Go to https://laney.edu/biomanufacturing/ for more information about the biomanufacturing program.
Want to know what Laney students do with biomanufacturing?
Watch this interview of two graduates, Robert Tracy and Lindsay Planell. Robert Tracy works at Thermo Fisher (formerly Life Technologies) in oligo synthesis and Lindsay works at BioMarin in cell culture.
Solano Community College in Fairfield offers a Bachelor’s degree in biomanufacturing! Check out the program webpage here. The A.S. biomanufacturing degree at Laney transfers to Solano. So, that’s a four-year degree at community college prices!
If you are looking for class information and documents, go to the links on the left side of the page. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view most documents. If you are looking for web links related to the class, see the links section to the right.
Take a learning styles assessment if you’ve never done one before. This survey can reveal your preferred learning strategies. If you feel like you’re spinning your wheels when you study, this tool can really help you be more efficient with your time!
The Biology Department homepage has additional information about classes in biology offered at Laney, as well as links to scholarship and professional school resources.