Academic creativity combines with industrial know-how to solve your toughest biomanufacturing problems
NC State University’s Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) is helping to solve the industry’s toughest scientific problems. BTEC offers scientists from industry, government and academia access to its facilities, equipment and the expertise of its faculty and staff. To answer needs for process development, analytical testing and development, and technology evaluation, BTEC is able to do the following:
Collaborate on process development projects
Enable technology development in a risk-free GMP environment (for example, testing prototypes of new products)
Provide access to industry-standard equipment at a range of scales
Furnish routine analytical testing services and
Develop and validate analytical methods
BTEC offers its facilities, equipment, and expertise to solve some of the biomanufacturing industry’s toughest technical problems. The Bioprocess Services Program allows clients to take advantage of BTEC’s capabilities in bioprocess development, non-cGMP production, and biomanufacturing technology development.
The Analytical Services Laboratory at BTEC provides analytical support to biomanufacturing courses, process development activities, and industry contracts. Clients may choose from an assortment of general analytical assays and process-specific, custom-designed testing methods.
Cleaning studies show significant cost reductions possible
BTEC and BioPhorum recently collaborated on a three-year project to carry out studies of bioburden reduction in hybrid (stainless steel and disposable) systems in a controlled-non-classified (CNC) environment.
Native Tar Heels may be surprised to learn that for the past six years BTEC Bioprocess Services has prepared microbial materials for RAM Biochemicals that are helping recover crude oil that would otherwise be left stranded in the reservoir.