Careers in Biotechnology - In the Bay area and nothing to do tomorrow night?

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Careers in Biotechnology - In the Bay area and nothing to do tomorrow night?

Postby Derek McPhee » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:44 am

The SF chapter of the Association for Women in Science is hosting a presentation on this topic tomorrow evening at Genentech by Toby Freedman, whose new book Career Opportunities in Biotechnology and Drug Development has been mentioned on this forum. Registration was until last weekend but since the chapter charges a few $ for admission to cover its costs (5$ for students/members/postdocs I seem to remember), they might not mind a few extra faces in the audience. Info at
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