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Jake Wintermute
A free, open, online course in synthetic biology!
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Jake Wintermute 6h
This is extremely adorable and I love it
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Jake Wintermute 11h
Homo-algus, a series of sculptures in algae and swamp sludge by Sophie Prestigiacomo.
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Jake Wintermute Jun 25
My new startup has a bold vision to disrupt the sustainable fashion and cannabis industries preorder now on indiegogo
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Jake Wintermute Jun 24
Replying to @Ginkgo
sticker game on point
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Jake Wintermute Jun 24
this is a lot even for me
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Jake Wintermute Jun 24
Replying to @jrkelly
✔️
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Jake Wintermute Jun 23
GMO snack chips are hard to get in Europe so my buddy will be happy to have these (for DNA testing, not to eat).
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Jake Wintermute Jun 22
Replying to @davidNbreslauer
it me
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Jake Wintermute Jun 22
Nothing says summertime like plowing sod so just drink it in
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Jake Wintermute Jun 21
“I was anti-GMO until I found a community lab where they let me GM some Os.”
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Jake Wintermute Jun 21
Sure DNA is great and all but can it be microscopes? Yes, yes it can be microscopes.
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Jake Wintermute Jun 20
That special and rare feeling of starting a conference fully expecting to be surprised and delighted.
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Jake Wintermute Jun 19
Replying to @jrkelly
No god dammit
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Jake Wintermute Jun 19
Replying to @uurquiza
Sadly no and now I have fear of missing out
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Jake Wintermute Jun 19
Replying to @joyceykao
Fasciation buddies 4eva
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Jake Wintermute Jun 19
Replying to @drkahaynes
Biodesign Challenge but not SEED. Wish I could do it all!
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Jake Wintermute Jun 19
Traveling today to New York, the only city that Parisians do not hate (Paris included).
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Jake Wintermute Jun 18
Replying to @ad_am_ara
Sounds promising. Do you have a favorite strain bank where you would source these?
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Jake Wintermute Jun 18
Replying to @AdrienEngel
Point mutation in the target, efflux pump, enzymatic modification of the drug, things like that.
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Jake Wintermute Jun 18
Dear biology friends I am looking for a well defined set of nonpathogenic bacterial strains that resist the same antibiotic through different mechanisms. Help me out?
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