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* This notebook contains lab notes for the Truman State University Synthetic Biology Lab.  Our summer research progress will be documented here.
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This notebook contains lab notes for the Truman State University Synthetic Biology Lab for the summer of 2010.  Our goals for the summer include: <br>
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* Establish synthetic biology techniques
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* Create classroom and laboratory modules for biology courses
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* Start a synthetic biology research project <br>
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We also hope to provide a pedagogical paper on how to set up a synthetic biology lab at an institution and how to use synthetic biology to teach biological concepts.
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* The Truman Synthetic Biology Lab is currently being developed during the summer of 2010.  Our goal is to create a lab where students will have all the tools and resources needed to pursue research in synthetic biology.  If you have questions or comments, go to [[Buckner Lab:Contacts]] and send an email to one of the lab members.
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Project Description

This notebook contains lab notes for the Truman State University Synthetic Biology Lab for the summer of 2010. Our goals for the summer include:

  • Establish synthetic biology techniques
  • Create classroom and laboratory modules for biology courses
  • Start a synthetic biology research project

We also hope to provide a pedagogical paper on how to set up a synthetic biology lab at an institution and how to use synthetic biology to teach biological concepts.

Notes

  • The Truman Synthetic Biology Lab is currently being developed during the summer of 2010. Our goal is to create a lab where students will have all the tools and resources needed to pursue research in synthetic biology. If you have questions or comments, go to Buckner Lab:Contacts and send an email to one of the lab members.

Back to Buckner Lab

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