Berenjian, A., Smith, T. C., & Soo, C.-E. K. (2018). Virtual bioprocess simulation laboratory for teaching and learning (pp. 12–12). Presented at the Ako Aotearoa Northern Hub Projects Colloquium, Auckland, NZ: Ako Aotearoa.
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There is great potential in applying virtual technology to support teaching and learning. A 3D virtual bioprocess simulation will enable users to learn about both basics of laboratory safety and fermentation principles. Once procedures and exercises within the simulator have been carried out, users will have a deeper understanding about fermentation principles, common lab procedures, experiment design and analysis of data. This software would be an efficient, low-cost option to educators and students within fields such as Biotechnology, Biology, Biochemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Genetics, Microbiology and more.
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