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LeoRiosLab 20m
Showcasing our student Fei Fang from and her great work with novel cell free systems and in vitro engineered organelles
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ChEnected AIChE Jun 24
Lots of activity at the poster presentations at
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DarwinBioprospecting 21h
Words, images and gender. Conclusions from a public survey on the perception of and other related disciplines. Open thread ⬇️
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EMCR Forum 19m
working in you might want to check out this opportunity to showcase your research at 2019 conference
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moligotech Jun 24
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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moligotech Jun 25
Final panel of discussing moving beyond discovery in
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moligotech Jun 25
What are the investment opportunities for ? We’re about to find out at
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ChEnected AIChE Jun 24
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SynBioDana Jun 25
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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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The Lucks Lab 9h
Han Teng from lab in giving a fantastic talk in the Future Leaders of session at !
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ChEnected AIChE Jun 24
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moligotech Jun 24
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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Dan Whittet 6h
may help us roll back some of our worst degradations of Ocean
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Charu Gupta 3h
: How synthetic biology could wipe out humanity -- and how we can stop it
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ForteBio 14h
Tomorrow is ! A day to celebrate all things ! Fun fact: the human body has more microbes than there are stars in the Milky Way, according to APC Microbiome Ireland. Learn more
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ChEnected AIChE Jun 24
Keynote Speaker: Jack Szostak, Harvard University “Learning About the Origin of Life from Efforts to Design an Artificial Cell”
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CEB Cambridge Jun 25
Our first keynote speaker of , Dr Somenath Bakshi from , takes us through his work in looking at engineering living systems
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SynBioBeta 2h
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