April 28th, 2014 | Category: Blogs, iGEM, Seminars | Leave a comment

Research-led teaching opportunities for early career researchers

Thanks to Mary Williams (Features Editor, The Plant Cell – working to promote plant science literacy and skillful teaching) for attending our recent ‘Research-Led Teaching’ workshop and for this write-up, posted on the ASPB Blog and reproduced here with kind permission.

February 14th, 2014 | Category: Miscellany, Seminars | Leave a comment

BioDynamics Workshop: Emergent Dynamics of Complex Biological Networks @University of Exeter

Forthcoming event that may be of interest to some in Exeter, I will append the registration details when they are announced. BioDynamics Workshop: Emergent Dynamics of Complex Biological Networks, 23-24 June 2014, University of Exeter As part of the ongoing BioDynamics initiative the University is hosting a two day international workshop on the 23-24 June 2014. […]

March 13th, 2013 | Category: Protein design, Seminars | Leave a comment

DNA2.0 seminar in Exeter

Just a very quick note to say that Claes Gustafsson, co-founder of synbio company DNA2.0 (far right), will be giving a seminar on gene design and their protein/pathway engineering platform on Wednesday 20th March at 3pm in GP328a.

September 19th, 2012 | Category: Beginner's Guides, Ethics, iGEM, Media coverage, Seminars, Synthetic Biology | Leave a comment

The 1st public biobrick: exploring public access to the tools of synthetic biology

For those in London next week, University College London are hosting a synthetic biology exhibition and Q&A session. 

August 19th, 2012 | Category: iGEM, Multimedia, Seminars, Synthetic Biology, Video | Leave a comment

iGEM UK meet up: videos available

Friday saw the nine UK iGEM teams meet up at Google Campus, London to share their projects ideas, progress so far and also do a spot of iGEM networking (oh, and check out the competition of course). The event was streamed live and the videos have now been made available here.

August 1st, 2012 | Category: Ethics, Seminars | Leave a comment

Exeter iGEM human practises panel

More details of the Exeter teams ‘Human Practises’ panel are emerging. The e-candi team are preparing a short introduction to the iGEM competition and their project (a world of bespoke polysaccharides), followed by the ways in which they see their work impacting on business and society.

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