SynBERC is organizing a seminar series on topics relating to synthetic biology. Below is the schedule (as it currently stands).
Unless indicated otherwise, talks will be held on Wednesdays at 1pm PST and 4pm EST. All talks will be webcast so that researchers from all the institutions can watch the talk.
To suggest potential speakers for the seminar series, email slc AT synberc DOT org.
|March 21||1pm PST, 4pm EST||Warren Alpert Building, Room 341, Harvard Medical School||Steve Benner||Synthetic Biology from Molecules Up: Applications to the Needs of Systems Biologists (includes video)|
|April 11||1pm PDT, 3pm CDT, 4pm EST||Prairie View A&M University||Andy Ellington||Nucleic Acid Parts for Synthetic Biology|
|April 24||9am PST, 12pm EST||68-181, MIT||Remy Chait||Antibacterial drug combinations and evolution of drug resistance (includes video)|
|May 3||4pm PST, 7pm EST||UC Berkeley||Christina Smolke||Engineering RNA devices as general tools in cellular engineering applications|
|April 23, 2009||9am PST, 12pm EST||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Ichiro Matsumura||Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1 as a chassis for the directed evolution of genes and genomes (video is posted here: http://vimeo.com/4367036)|