The gift will be used to stimulate innovation in bioprocessing education at KGI.
The competition was part of a group project for the Applied Entrepreneurship (ALS 458) class.
Ms. Mazumdar-Shaw visited KGI and met with faculty, staff, and students.
The Wetlab-2 module was developed by Claremont BioSolutions, a company co-founded by three KGI faculty members, including Jim Sterling, PhD.
The successful candidates will serve during the 2016-17 academic year.
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