Welcome to ACS BIOT
Advancing Biotechnology to Improve Life
Long-time BIOT member, Frances Arnold, wins 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for pioneering work in directed evolution.
Why join BIOT? Check out this short video.
2018 Best of BIOT Winners Announced!
Webinars from the Best of BIOT Winners are now free!
2019 BIOT Meeting - Call for Abstracts (pdf)
2019 BIOT Meeting - Submit an Abstract (closes 10/29/18)
2019 BIOT Networking Event Signup: Not Available Yet.
Questions for Academic Program Chair: Brian Pfleger
Questions for Industrial Program Chair: Jim Neville
The 2nd ESBES-BIOT Biotechnical Design Competition topic has been chosen, and it is: Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Clinical Applications.
Team formation is open for the 2nd ESBES-BIOT Design Competition (please spread the word to your fellow graduate students!). The first step in team formation is to post your CV or bio as soon as possible, to advertise your skills and that you are looking for a team, on the competition Facebook page. Please see the attached description of the competition and rules.
For members-only access to job posting information and professional networking opportunities, join the ACS BIOT Linkedin Group.
September 8-11, 2018 in Lisbon Portugal
Oct 7-12, 2018 in Asheville, NC.
Job Openings in Biotechnology
NEW - Starting January 1, 2017: Opportunity to POST and view Current Job Openings. Proceeds to support BIOT student chapters. Please visit this page for more information.
Learn about the history of the ACS Division of Biochemical Technology (BIOT).
Congratulations to all of the ACS BIOT Members that have been elected as ACS Fellows!
Visit the website of the BIOT Mid-Atlantic Student Chapter website.