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moligotech 15h
Microsoft are moving into with . The name comes from StationQ which was Microsoft’s quantum computing platform
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The Lucks Lab Jun 23
The Oculus at WTC has to be one of the coolest buildings in the world. Like the carriage of an ancient whale. Must be a way for to grow a building like this. Sustainable bio manufacturing project anyone?
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ChEnected AIChE 3h
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Miroslav Gasparek 5h
I am very thankful that I had the opportunity to meet and talk to many fantastic engineers, scientists, businesspeople, and students interested in at ! Many thanks for the organization of this great event! Looking forward towards Day 2.
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ChEnected AIChE 13h
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ChEnected AIChE 3h
Rapid Fire Poster sessions in progress at
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Camena Bioscience 15h
Looking forward to a great day at
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Pablo Cárdenas R. Jun 19
This could (will? should? should it?) define a generation of life scientists and engineers in .
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NUSynBioNet Mar 4
1st tweet: We're a new synthetic biology community network, NUSynBioNet (Newcastle University Synthetic Biology Network). Our goal is to develop a network of post-docs and PhD students who are interested in at Newcastle Uni 1/
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moligotech 17h
Replying to @jrkelly
Similar to , we can’t just continue peddling faster along well established paths, we need real innovation and can deliver this
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moligotech 12h
Another panel now on how to develop with and for society. We’ve already spoken about trust and public engagement, it’s going to be impossible to have large scale innovation if people don’t accept it.
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ChEnected AIChE 3h
Attentive crowd at the Rapid Fire Poster presentations
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ChEnected AIChE 3h
Lots of activity at the poster presentations at
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MaxPlanckBristol Mar 22
Minimal biology is a dynamic area of cutting-edge research that has evolved from situated at the interface between chemistry, biology and engineering. It encompasses concepts and methodologies ranging from origins of life research to synthetic minimal genomes
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Eric Klavins May 23
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moligotech 17h
Replying to @jrkelly @Ginkgo
Exponential improvement combined with programability created the computer industry and the biggest companies in the world. This is starting in now!
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Colette Whitfield Jun 21
Super excited for SEED next week - thank you to the and for supporting this trip! Looking forward to hearing about all the research and progress!
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Roman Jerala 16h
Today starts in the . There seem to be several meetings on going on at the same time in different parts of the world and also meetings with the same title and totaly different content. The program of this one looks great.
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moligotech 11h
Replying to @moligotech
How do we make sure society has access the the fruits of ? From the panel, we need to consider who benefits from the technology as well as who dictates its direction. It seems clear laws and governance documents need to be updated.
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Briar Jun 21
Congratulations UTS team! Best presentation award at the BioDesign Challenge 2019!
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