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Tom Ellis
Synthetic Biology and Synthetic Genomics, researching at Imperial College London. Bilingual in English and DNA.
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50 years ago today science, technology and engineering fuelled one of humanity's greatest ever achievements. I hope we never forget the sheer ambition of the original moonshot project.
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Tom Ellis Jul 15
Replying to @adebradley
Dorothy Hodgkin
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Tom Ellis Jul 14
Replying to @mjwigglesworth
Nice one. What a day!
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Tom Ellis Jul 14
In case you've ever wondered > Yes - you can encode Beethoven into a yeast essential gene 🎼🧬🍺 This was a fun project in my group 2 years ago, that I hope we can revisit and publish one day soon ::: Engineering Musical Genes
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Ben Lehner Jul 12
Please, wherever you work, take 1 min to sign this petition from for the EU and UK to sign a research agreement ASAP. The more who sign the more influence they will have in Brussels + London
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Tom Ellis Jul 12
Replying to @ProfTomEllis
Putting your full PhD thesis online is a great start. Would be lovely to have open online lab books for everyone one day too, especially if smart search systems could work out what everyone’s notes are actually about.
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Tom Ellis Jul 12
Replying to @ProfTomEllis
I think it’s great to get researchers to put more of their data in the public domain but no need to found a new journal for this and ask them to declare the data as negative or positive.
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Tom Ellis Jul 12
Replying to @ProfTomEllis
Still thinking about one astute comment a student made on false positive vs false negatives. How sure do we need to be that a result is really negative?
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Tom Ellis Jul 12
Had a great visit to for the graduate student symposium. Particularly interesting were discussions about a new journal for publishing negative results.
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Ben Lehner Jul 12
Replying to @EU_H2020
Keep the UK (like Switzerland, Israel and Norway) within the European Research system + the successor to
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Tom Abba Jul 11
Let me correct that headline for you :Government calls on OfS to investigate why 20 years of focus on teaching standards, increased graduate awareness of earning power and a culture of constant institutional assessment has produced higher grades.
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Simona Seizova Jul 10
Me right now: 🤯 alumni showing us how they developed the RINGS technique to measure bacterial growth in the mammalian gut. If you want a read, check out the preprint () But honestly, just 🤯🤯🤯
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george church Jul 11
4th GP-Write & 8th Sc2.0 Nov 11-14 NYC. How build almost any genome. Only beings seeing this super secret tweet, email or web page are eligible.
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Tom Ellis Jul 11
Replying to @SynGenome
- you should invite her to our next meeting!
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Tom Ellis Jul 11
Pascale Daran-Lapujade’s research is simply awesome. Genome engineering yeast for refactoring metabolism
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Tom Ellis Jul 11
Final day of in sunny Glasgow - time for some yeast synthetic biology. Left the best til last.
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CSSB Lab Jul 10
Reminder: deadline for (free) registration is 12.07! The first London Synthetic Biology Showcase will be happening on 23.07.2019. Lot's of great speakers in
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Sc2.0 Jul 10
Ever wondered what it takes to write a genome from scratch? Come the GP-write & Sc2.0 Conference in Nov 2019 in NYC to find out! The future of biotechnology will be written!!!!
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Jose Jimenez Jul 9
Dear twitterverse, is anyone aware of a collection of genome-wide insertions of a fluorescent reporter in the E. coli chromosome? Imagine an equivalent of the but with GFP in the insertion sequence. Thanks!
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Di Antonio Research Group Jul 10
I will be hosting a Nucleic Acids half day symposium here at on the 30th August. We have a spectacular line-up with Sir Shankar Balasubramanian, Prof. Cynthia Burrows and Dr Katrin Paeschke as well as Industry speakers from and ! Register for free!
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