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'''Follow Tom Ellis on Twitter at [http://twitter.com/#!/drtomellis @drtomellis]'''
'''Follow Tom Ellis on Twitter at [http://twitter.com/#!/drtomellis @drtomellis]'''
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== Join the Ellis Lab ==
 
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We have three positions available. If you are one of the following and looking to join one of the fastest-growing synthetic biology groups in the world (with all the best toys), please email us your CV as soon as possible
 
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* A post-doc with experience in synthetic biology and/or microfluidics (start July 2014)
 
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* A post-doc with experience in synthetic biology and/or high-throughput techniques (start Jan 2015)
 
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ADVERT:http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/398589-synthetic-biology-research-associates-x2
 
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* A skilled technician with molecular and/or microbiology experience (start early Summer 2014)
 
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ADVERT:http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/408697-synthetic-biology-research-technician
 
== Latest News ==
== Latest News ==
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* Apr 2013: The [http://pubs.acs.org/toc/asbcd6/3/3 SB6.0 Issue of ACS Synthetic Biology] is now out, edited by Tom and Yizhi Cai.
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* Jul 2014: Francesca and Tom are both speakers at the [http://www.synbioconference.org/ SEED2014 Conference] in L.A. on 15th July.
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* Mar 2013: Arturo and James' paper on R2o DNA Designer Software is out now in [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/sb4001323 ACS Synthetic Biology]
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* Jun 2014: Ollie's GeneGuard Plasmid System paper is published in [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/sb500234s ACS Synthetic Biology].
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* Feb 2014: Read about how our Sc2.0 project is a landmark in [http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news/research-technologies/2014/140130-f-genomics-a-new-dawn.aspx UK genomics research].
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* May 2014: Tom has been awarded a prestigious [http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/newsevents/news/engineeringfellowship/ EPSRC Engineering Fellowship] from 2015 to 2020.
[[Image:ACScover.png|330px|right|ACS Syn Bio SB6.0 issue]]
[[Image:ACScover.png|330px|right|ACS Syn Bio SB6.0 issue]]
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* Apr 2014: The [http://pubs.acs.org/toc/asbcd6/3/3 SB6.0 Issue of ACS Synthetic Biology] is now out, edited by Tom and Yizhi Cai.
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* Mar 2014: Arturo and James' paper on R2o DNA Designer Software is out now in [http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/sb4001323 ACS Synthetic Biology]
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* Feb 2014: Read about how our Sc2.0 project is a landmark in [http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news/research-technologies/2014/140130-f-genomics-a-new-dawn.aspx UK genomics research].
* Jan 2014: Arturo and Tom will both be speaking at the [http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/synthetic_biology/overview.htmlSEB Symposium on Synthetic Biology] on Jan 10th.
* Jan 2014: Arturo and Tom will both be speaking at the [http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/synthetic_biology/overview.htmlSEB Symposium on Synthetic Biology] on Jan 10th.
* Dec 2013: Tom Ellis will be the guest speaker at the Henrietta Barnett School on Dec 17th.
* Dec 2013: Tom Ellis will be the guest speaker at the Henrietta Barnett School on Dec 17th.

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The Ellis Lab is actively involved in advancing foundational synthetic biology and applying synthetic biology to a variety of different research areas. Our research is interdisciplinary, with members coming from biology, chemistry, maths and engineering backgrounds. The laboratory is part of the UK Flowers Consortium for synthetic biology infrastructure and is based in CSynBI, The Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation and The Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College, London. The major focuses of the lab are studying the construction of regulatory networks and understanding how to build a designer genome from parts.

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