Links to UK Synthetic Biology Networks
The Synthetic Components Network (SCN) is a BBSRC-funded synthetic biology network involving the universities of Bristol, Durham, Leeds, Oxford, Sheffield, Sussex and UWE.
SPPI-NET is an academic network which has the objective of promoting interdisciplinary collaborative ventures to produce synthetic plant products for industrial applications, based at Durham University.
An interdisciplinary network of academics working in synthetic biology at Imperial College London and the Universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle.
A Synthetic Biology Network for Modelling and Programming Cell-Chell Interactions based at University of Nottingham.
RoSBNet brings together people working in Synthetic and Systems Biology as well as systems/control, electrical, chemical and computer engineers, physicists and mathematicians, based at University of Oxford.
A BBSRC-funded synthetic biology network based at the University of Sheffield, examining the feasibility, ethical, social and legal issues of using forward engineering tools to generate synthetic biological materials to mimic the extracellular matrix.
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