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Papers

  1. K.A. Haynes, M.L. Broderick*, A.D. Brown*, T.L. Butner*, L. Harden*, L. Heard*, E. Jessen*, K. Malloy*, B. Ogden*, S. Rosemond*, S. Simpson*, E. Zwack*, A. M. Campbell, T. Eckdahl, L.J. Heyer and J.L. Poet. 2007. Computing with living hardware.<http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/Pubs/IET.pdf> IET Synth. Biol., 1: (1–2), pp. 44–47.
  2. Campbell, A. M. Meeting Report: Synthetic Biology Jamboree for Undergraduates<http://www.cellbioed.org/pdf/04-11-0047.pdf> Cell Biology Education. 2005. Vol. 4: 19 - 23.

Presentations

  1. Oyinade Adefuye*, Will DeLoache*, Jim Dickson*, Andrew Martens*, Amber Shoecraft*, Mike Waters*, Jordan Baumgardner*, Tom Crowley*, Lane Heard*, Nick Morton*, Michelle Ritter*, Jessica Treece*, Matt Unzicker*, Amanda Valencia*, Todd Eckdahl, Karmella Haynes, Laurie Heyer, Jeff Poet, A. Malcolm Campbell. 2008. Solving the Hamiltonian Path Problem with Living Hardware. Institute for Biological Engineering Annual Conference. Chapel Hill, NC. March 6-9, 2008.
  2. Oyinade Adefuye*, Will DeLoache*, Jim Dickson*, Andrew Martens*, Amber Shoecraft*, Mike Waters*, Jordan Baumgardner*, Tom Crowley*, Lane Heard*, Nick Morton*, Michelle Ritter*, Jessica Treece*, Matt Unzicker*, Amanda Valencia*, Todd Eckdahl, Karmella Haynes, Laurie Heyer, Jeff Poet, A. Malcolm Campbell. 2007. Living Hardware to Solve the Hamiltonian Path Problem. International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM 2007<http://openwetware.org/wiki/Davidson:Davidson_Missouri_W>). MIT, Boston, MA. Nov. 3-4, 2007. (Gold Medalists)
  3. Haynes, K.A., Broderick*, M.L., Brown*, A.D., Butner*, T.L., Harden*, L., Heard*, L., Jessen*, E., Malloy, K., Ogdenv, B., Rosemond*, S., Simpson*, S., Zwack*, E., Campbell, A.M., Eckdahl, T., Heyer, L.J., Poet, J. Computing With Living Hardware. Poster. Synthetic Biology 3.0, Zurich, Switzerland. June 2007.
  4. A. Malcolm Campbell1, Erin Zwack*, Karmella Haynes, Samantha Simpson*, Laurie J. Heyer, W. Lance Harden*, Sabriya Rosemond*, Todd T. Eckdahl, Adam Brown*, Trevor Butner*, Lane Heard*, Eric Jessen*, Kelly Malloy*, Brad Ogden*, Marian Broderick*, and Jeff Poet. 2006. Engaging Undergraduates in the Emerging Field of Synthetic Biology<http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/ASCB_06poster.ppt>. American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 11.
  5. Erin Zwack*, Samantha Simpson*, Lance Harden*, Sabriya Rosemond*, Karmella A. Haynes, Laurie J. Heyer, A. Malcolm Campbell. E.HOP: A Bacterial Computer to Solve the Pancake Problem. International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM 2006<http://openwetware.org/wiki/Davidson:Davidson_iGEM_2006>). MIT, Boston, MA. Nov. 4-5, 2006. (Three Second Place Awards, One Third Place Award)
  6. Matt Gemberling* and A. Malcolm Campbell. "Synthetic Biology: Design and characterization of antiswitches in E. coli<http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/students/NCAS_MPGmac.ppt>." North Carolina Academy of Sciences. March 25, 2006.
  7. Campbell, A. Malcolm, Laurie J. Heyer, Kristen DeCelle*, Tamar Odle*, Nicholas Cain*, Andrew T. Drysdale*, Matthew P. Gemberling*, and Oscar G. Hernandez*. 2005. Genomics Perspective Provided by Undergraduate Synthetic Biology Research Using Mathematics and Molecular Biology<http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/ASCB_2005.ppt>. American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 13.
  8. Campbell, A. Malcolm, Laurie J. Heyer, Kristen DeCelle*, Tamar Odle*, Nicholas Cain*, Andrew T. Drysdale*, Matthew P. Gemberling*, and Oscar G. Hernandez*. 2005. Environmental Sensor and Digital Decoder Project. International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM 2005<http://openwetware.org/wiki/Davidson:Davidson_2005>). MIT, Boston, MA. Nov. 5-6, 2005. (Best Name, Best Interface Logic, Best Troubleshooting Awards)


* denotes an undergraduate researcher

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