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[[John Dueber]] <jdueber@berkeley.edu> <br>
[[John Dueber]] <jdueber@berkeley.edu> <br>
[[Weston Whitaker]] <westonwhitaker@gmail.com> <br>
[[Weston Whitaker]] <westonwhitaker@gmail.com> <br>
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[[Gabriel Wu]] <gwu01@berkeley.edu> <br>
'''Alumni '''<br>
'''Alumni '''<br>
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'''Address '''<br>
'''Address '''<br>
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Room 166 <br>
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327 Stanley Hall <br>
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717 Potter St. <br>
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Berkeley, CA 94720-1762 <br>
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Berkeley, CA 94720-3224 <br>
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Congrats to Gabe, winner of "Best Poster" in Synthetic Biology 4.0 Conference in Hong Kong!
'''Brief research description''' <br>
'''Brief research description''' <br>
We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin.  In both, we are using modular strategies in a forward engineering effort to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin.
We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin.  In both, we are using modular strategies in a forward engineering effort to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin.

Revision as of 23:21, 22 November 2008


People

John Dueber <jdueber@berkeley.edu>
Weston Whitaker <westonwhitaker@gmail.com>
Gabriel Wu <gwu01@berkeley.edu>

Alumni

Ghulam Reza K Malmirchegini <rezak@uclink.berkeley.edu>
Melissa Lam Chong <mlchong@berkeley.edu>
Adeeti Ullal <aullal@berkeley.edu>


Address
327 Stanley Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-1762

Congrats to Gabe, winner of "Best Poster" in Synthetic Biology 4.0 Conference in Hong Kong!

Brief research description
We have two separate projects in collaboration with the laboratories of Jay Keasling and Adam Arkin. In both, we are using modular strategies in a forward engineering effort to rewire/reprogram pathways - metabolic pathways with Jay Keasling and two-component signaling with Adam Arkin.

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