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==Module 3 Announcements==
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* <b>04/24/06</b> Graded FNT assignments are in box outside 56-639. You may find the comments helpful as you prepare your Mod3 Essay.
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* A useful program for silently removing restriction sites and for performing other cool DNA sequence manipulations is found at [http://slam.bs.jhmi.edu/gd/ GeneDesign].
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* <b>04/04/2006</b>: Everyone should have received comments on their Mod1 reports. Final versions should be emailed to Profs. Engelward and Kuldell by 10AM on Tuesday April 11th. 
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*Interested in a summer research experience in [[Synthetic Biology]]?  Apply to [[IGEM:MIT2006 | participate on the 2006 MIT iGEM team]].  (Applications due April 10).
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==Module 2 Announcements==
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*'''Oral Presentations''': Talks will be from 1-5, with a snack break midway through the afternoon. The Tuesday/Thursday section will present in <font color="red">56-602 on Thursday March 23rd </font> and the Wednesday/Friday section will present in <font color="red">56-614 on Friday March 24th</font>. More details about the talks will be offered in lecture (03/21/06), and you have some ideas already from [[User:Atissa|Atissa]] and from the material on the class wiki. See [[BE.109:Guidelines for oral presentations| guidelines on presenting your work]], [[BE.109:Creating your BE.109 presentation | Atissa's talk on creating your BE.109 presentation]] and [[BE.109:Protein engineering/Possible topics for student presentations| Protein Engineering Day 4]].
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*'''03/18/06''': Images of your protein gels are posted on the [[Talk:BE.109:Protein engineering/Assessing beta-galactosidase| Protein Engineering Day 2 discussion page]]. They look great! Congratulations. 
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==Module 1 Announcements==
==Module 1 Announcements==
* Flow cytometry results and powerpoint slides are now available at http://web.mit.edu/yoonsung/www/be109/. YSN (yoonsung at mit.edu) will help you if you have any trouble with interpreting the data.
* Flow cytometry results and powerpoint slides are now available at http://web.mit.edu/yoonsung/www/be109/. YSN (yoonsung at mit.edu) will help you if you have any trouble with interpreting the data.

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Module 3 Announcements

  • 04/24/06 Graded FNT assignments are in box outside 56-639. You may find the comments helpful as you prepare your Mod3 Essay.
  • A useful program for silently removing restriction sites and for performing other cool DNA sequence manipulations is found at GeneDesign.
  • 04/04/2006: Everyone should have received comments on their Mod1 reports. Final versions should be emailed to Profs. Engelward and Kuldell by 10AM on Tuesday April 11th.
  • Interested in a summer research experience in Synthetic Biology? Apply to participate on the 2006 MIT iGEM team. (Applications due April 10).

Module 2 Announcements

Module 1 Announcements

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