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Paul Freemont
Co-director of UK Innovation and Knowledge Centre for Synthetic Biology at Imperial College
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Velia Siciliano Jun 3
Can we improve the specificity of synthetic circuits to release a desired output? In this review we highlight the control of environmental changes via protein mediators that induce circuits’ activation. Enjoy!
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Víctor de Lorenzo May 31
Workshop on SynBio Standards: an international conversation on where we are and what we have to do next. June 3-4 in Madrid. Real time streaming: Program 👇
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Paul Freemont Jun 2
Excited to be on Madrid for an EU workshop BioRoBoost on standards for synbio the day after Liverpool won the European cup - quite quiet though - suspect everyone has gone back to Liverpool to celebrate - weird missing the big event @
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Paul Freemont May 20
Replying to @rosscloney
Thanks Ross - it was great talking with you !
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Paul Freemont May 20
Building an Alliance of Biofoundries Q
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Open Cell London May 13
Excited to have @helenecellfree on the cover of the this am for exhibition FOOD:bigger than the plate! Many thanks to for this awesome story! 👇👇
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Paul Freemont May 16
Thanks Emily - we need more togetherness in the planet right now!
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Emily Leproust May 15
Congratulations to , and team on launch of international biofoundry network. Stronger together!
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Culture Biosciences May 15
We now have 78 bioreactors online and are continuing to scale-out our facility to help biotech companies scale-up their production faster! Check out out some of the data from a recent experiment where a client ran 52 bioreactors in parallel:
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Open Cell London May 14
"Many of our tastiest foods are the product of a collaboration between humans and microbes." Learn more about the taste of microbes in the upcoming exhibition in the Museum
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Thomas Meany May 13
Cool to have @helenecellfree in the for exhibition FOOD:bigger than the plate! 👇👇
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Tom Ellis May 15
Congratulations to all the amazing team in Jason Chin's lab for taking synthetic genomes to the next level - 4 Million bp, 18,500 recoding changes. UK 🇬🇧 holds the synthetic genome records now.
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Christina Agapakis May 13
“I want to be a nice cheese. Please not my feet” -
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SynbiCITE May 13
Take a look at 's latest article on SynbiTECH 2019 (), discussing how the event will take on the challenge of building a multibillion-dollar industry! Register now
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Ed Hawkins May 9
Spiralling global temperatures (1850-2018)
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Carl Zimmer May 10
“1 TB of data could be stored in a single spot of DNA and successfully retrieved”— High density DNA data storage library via dehydration with digital microfluidic retrieval h/t ⁦
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Helene Steiner May 10
We are looking for a lab manager to join the Open Cell team and to help us reinvent the lab!
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Open Cell London May 10
We are looking for a lab manager to join the Open Cell team and to help us reinvent the lab! More information here:
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Paul Freemont May 9
Day 2 at the global biofoundry alliance meeting in Kobe kicked off by Tom Knight .. what treat for all of us !
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Paul Freemont May 9
Amazing first day at the launch of the GBA .. so impressed with developments around the world
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