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Alex Fedorec Nov 19
Really cool work by Alice Banks from Newcastle using Bayesian stats for multi objective optimisation and DOE to massively narrow the number of genetic circuits that need to be constructed to achieve a target behaviour
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SynBioDana Nov 20
What does and mean?
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Dr Nicole Leferink Nov 19
Looking forward to two days of interesting Synthetic Biology talks and posters
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SynBioUK Nov 19
Fascinating and varied set of talks this morning at Protocells; machine learning; metabolic engineering; directed evolution; electroactive bacteria; responsible innovation
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Sally Atkinson Nov 20
Social research on responsible innovation in industrial SynBio with
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Cheng LI Nov 19
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Dr. Ciarán Kelly Nov 19
Hello posh evil colonial boat for dinner...
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Katherine Baker Nov 20
Ready for day two of ! We have some more posters from the group at #71, #79, #85, and #89 today at 14:45 if anyone is interested in the work we do!
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Sophie Stone Nov 21
Adieu Bristol, thanks for a jam-packed couple of days at . Time to go home, reflect upon it all and get some much needed sleep!
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SynBioDana Nov 19
Richard Owen . The challenges for University on
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Sophie Stone Nov 18
Arrived back on home turf for . First time back for a while and what a welcome, Bristol Cathedral looks amazing from College Green tonight.
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Dr Viv Goosens Nov 19
Great food for thought from Richard Owen just before lunch. The moral implications of our work
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Dr Viv Goosens Nov 19
Good morning Bristol and Synbio Uk. Great start to an exciting conference line up
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Katherine Baker Nov 19
Some of the Takano group are presenting posters today at Session 1 (17:30) - check out #9, #40, #51 (me!), #59, and #61 if you are interested in what our group does!
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Alex Fedorec Nov 19
Argh, coming down with a cold just as is starting. I'm drugged up and can hopefully make it through to the conference dinner
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Yan Kay Nov 19
A couple of us from the Pinheiro lab have posters at : come say hi to me today at P011 to find out how we're rewriting the genetic code (yes do flip the 1st figure!) and talk to tomorrow at P107 to see how she's mapping the XNA polymerase functional landscape
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Bradley Brown Nov 20
Very british way of testing a new sensing method using teas by Jordan Fletcher, but interesting using protein barrel complexes as biosensors!
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Emma Pettengale 🧬🦠🔬 Nov 18
En route to Bristol for and excited to hear about the latest research taking place across the UK
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Αlex Pµdney Nov 20
Brian Pfleger (Uni. Wisconsin-Madison) highlights the importance of developing non-model organisms to access complex traits in new bioprocesses
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Bradley Brown Nov 20
I have a poster at about the development of biosensors, which is a continuation of the 2017 project. Come talk to me at p90 if you’re interested!
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