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OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at [[MIT]].  Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of [[Drew Endy]] and [[Tom Knight]] at MIT.  The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005.   
OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at [[MIT]].  Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of [[Drew Endy]] and [[Tom Knight]] at MIT.  The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005.   
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Invitations to join the site were extended to other laboratories at [[MIT]] and in the field of [[synthetic biology]] on June 22, 2005.  As of August 21, 2005 the site hosted [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186 50 research laboratories] from [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186  30 institutions], including [[Boston University]] [[Brown University]],[[Caltech]],[[Cambridge Research Institute]],[[CNRS]],[[Harvard University]],[[IISc
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Invitations to join the site were extended to other laboratories at [[MIT]] and in the field of [[synthetic biology]] on June 22, 2005.  As of August 21, 2006 the site hosted [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186 50 research laboratories] from [http://openwetware.org/index.php?title=Labs&oldid=63186  30 institutions], including [[Boston University]] [[Brown University]],[[Caltech]],[[Cambridge Research Institute]],[[CNRS]],[[Harvard University]],[[IISc
==References==
==References==
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         * Tatar Lab
         * Tatar Lab

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OpenWetWare is wiki created on April 20, 2005.

History

OpenWetWare was founded by graduate students at MIT. Initially, OpenWetWare served as a private lab wiki for the labs of Drew Endy and Tom Knight at MIT. The site was opened up to allow any lab to join on June 22, 2005.

Invitations to join the site were extended to other laboratories at MIT and in the field of synthetic biology on June 22, 2005. As of August 21, 2006 the site hosted 50 research laboratories from 30 institutions, including Boston University Brown University,Caltech,Cambridge Research Institute,CNRS,Harvard University,[[IISc

References

   Brown [showhide] 
       * Tatar Lab
       * Helfand Lab 
   Caltech [showhide] 
       * Smolke Lab 
   Cambridge Research Institute [showhide] 
       * Odom Lab 
   CNRS [showhide] 
       * Gattuso 
   Harvard [showhide] 
       * Silver Lab 
   IISc, Bangalore [showhide] 
       * Chandra Lab 
   Imperial College [showhide] 
       * Immunogenomics Lab
       * Crisanti Lab 
   MIT [showhide] 
       * Chen Lab
       * DeLong Lab
       * Endy Lab
       * Grossman Lab
       * Keating Lab
       * Knight Lab
       * Lauffenburger Lab
       * Matsudaira Lab
       * Sauer Lab
       * Stephanopoulos Lab
       * van Oudenaarden Lab
       * Wittrup Lab 
   Nanyang Technological University [showhide] 
       * Newman Lab 
   Oregon Health & Science University [showhide] 
       * Hoatlin Lab
       * Thayer Lab 
   Penn State University [showhide] 
       * Richard Lab 
   PRBB [showhide] 
       * Sole Lab 
   Purdue University [showhide] 
       * Rickus Lab 
   Tufts University

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