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SYNTHESIS laboratory exchange

A 6-day intensive exchange laboratory for artists, designers, 
synthetic biologists and engineers at UCL >>more

UCL wins gold at the iGEM competition

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Enabling Systems Biology ConferenceApril 11-14, 2011 Registration open >>more

Harden Conference

Synthetic biology: design and engineering through understanding >>more

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Combining living cells and inorganic materials for biosensors (Oct 2010)
Synthetic Biology: living quarters (Oct 2010)

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SYNTHESIS

A 6-day intensive exchange laboratory for artists, designers, synthetic biologists, engineers and others. The course is run by the Arts Catalyst, UCL and Synthetic Aesthetics, in partnership with SymbioticA.

Exchange Laboratory: 4-9 July 2011
Location: University College London
Deadline for applications: 10:00 am, Monday 4 April 2011

Synthetic Biology is an emerging area of research which applies engineering principles to biology. Synthesis will be an intensive exchange laboratory for artists, designers, synthetic biologists, engineers, and others from relevant disciplines, collaboratively  exploring synthetic biology's ideas and techniques and its social and cultural implications. The exchange laboratory will be devised and led by scientists including Prof John Ward (UCL) in collaboration with artist/designers Oron Catts (SymbioticA UWA/Royal College of Art) and Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg (Synthetic Aesthetics). It is organised by The Arts Catalyst, UCL and Synthetic Aesthetics.

Download further information about the laboratory and how to apply here.

Synbion Network Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Synbion Network took place on Tuesday 14th December 2010 at the Institute of Physics, London. This one-day meeting focused on two main themes: De novo designed pathways and Constructing electronic and optical devices. Please see the meeting programme for further details.

Details on other meetings and recent papers can be found here.

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