Innovating research, policy and education in synthetic and systems biology

Events

Open Centre Meeting - 26 October 2017

Talks by

Edinburgh iGEM UG 2017 team
SMORE: a Site-specific Modular Toolkit for Recombination
Neil Dalchau (Biological Computation research group at Microsoft Research Cambridge)
Programming Biology: Computing with DNA and Patterning with Synthetic Gene Circuits

SynthSys Seminar - Dr David Lea-Smith on 26 Oct 2017

Understanding and manipulating cyanobacteria, a phylum of environmental and biotechnological importance
David Lea-Smith (University of East Anglia)

Open Centre Meeting - 12 Oct 2017

Talks by

 Andreas Andreou (PhD student,  Nakayama Group, Biological Sciences)

Mobius Assembly: a versatile Golden-Gate framework towards universal DNA assembly             

Hille Tekotte (Manager, Edinburgh Genome Foundry)

The Edinburgh Genome Foundry: Helping you write and analyse DNA

SynthSys Seminar - Prof Arezki Boudaoud on 12 Oct 2017

 
Stochasticity and robustness in plant morphogenesis
 Arezki Boudaoud (RDP, ENS Lyon)

Guest Seminar - Prof J.Ruben Mornines-Ramirez on 4 Oct 2017

NanoBiotechnology and Synthetic Biology Design Approaches towards the Development of Smart Therapeutics Against Infectious Diseases
J. Ruben Morones-Ramirez (NanoBiotechnology Research Grp, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León)
 

Open Centre Meeting - 28 Sept 2017

Talks by
Lucia Bandiera (EPSRC Fellow, Swain & Menolascina Groups, Biological Sciences/Engineering) -
Design your experiments wisely: analysis of Optimal Experimental Design for Synthetic Biology
Sarah Walmsley (Personal Chair of Respiratory Medicine, MRC Centre for Inflammation Research) -
Hypoxia and the innate immune response
 

CANCELLED SynthSys Seminar - Prof Ricard Sole on 28 Sept 2017

Synthetic Evolutionary Transitions
Ricard Sole (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain)
 

'Breaking Boundaries' Series - Dr Karen Salt on 20 Sept 2017

 
Targeting Inclusion, Researching Change: The Stakes and Challenges of Changing Institutional Systems
Karen Salt (co-Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Rights (C3R), University of Nottingham)

Guest Seminar - Dr Giovanni Stracquadanio on 19 Sept 2017

Making sense of genomes
A journey from writing to reading DNA and back

Dr Giovanni Stracquadanio (University of Essex)

Open Centre Meeting - 14 Sept 2017

Talks by

Leonardo Rios Solis (Lecturer in Synthetic Biology & Biochemical Engineering, School of Engineering)

Multiplex CRISPR Cas9 for building stable metabolic engineering pathways

Luke McNally (Chancellor’s Fellow, IEB, School of Biological Sciences)

How should we tackle multi-drug resistance evolution?