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New Collaborations with Air Liquide, Paragon Bioservices, and C-Care Expands Opportunities for Students in Masters Co-Op Program

Zubair Bhulyan speaks to students about his Masters Co-Op Program experience at MedImmune.

 

The Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT) has added three new company collaborators to participate in the Master’s Co-Op Educational Program: Air Liquide in Newark, Delaware; C-Care in Baltimore, Maryland; and Paragon Bioservices, also in Baltimore, Maryland. The Co-Op Program provides 6-9 month long internships for Masters of Science and Engineering students in Materials Science and Engineering, and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering departments with practical, hands-on training. These companies join INBT’s notable list of current collaborators that includes MedImmune, Becton Dickinson, Lonza, and W.R. Grace.  

These companies provide students with opportunities in research, development operations, regulatory affairs, and safety and environmental management. Air Liquide is a world leader in gases, technologies, and services for industry and health. Paragon Bioservices develops and manufactures cutting-edge biopharmaceuticals. C-Care manufactures skin care, hair care, and hair color products. INBT anticipates new student interns will begin January 2018 at these companies. 

Story by: INBT
Published: October 23, 2017
 
 
 

 

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