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==UC Berkeley BioE 140L Synthetic Biology Lab==
==UC Berkeley BioE 140L Synthetic Biology Lab==
SynBio Bootcamp is a laboratory course designed as an introduction to research in Synthetic Biology, a ground-up approach to genetic engineering with applications in bioenergy, healthcare, materials and chemical production. In this course, we will design and execute a real research project. Each student will be responsible for designing and constructing components for the group project and then performing experiments to analyze the system. In addition to lab work, we will have lectures on methods and design concepts in synthetic biology including an introduction to Biobricks, gene synthesis, directed evolution, practical molecular biology and biochemistry.
SynBio Bootcamp is a laboratory course designed as an introduction to research in Synthetic Biology, a ground-up approach to genetic engineering with applications in bioenergy, healthcare, materials and chemical production. In this course, we will design and execute a real research project. Each student will be responsible for designing and constructing components for the group project and then performing experiments to analyze the system. In addition to lab work, we will have lectures on methods and design concepts in synthetic biology including an introduction to Biobricks, gene synthesis, directed evolution, practical molecular biology and biochemistry.
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Instructor: J. Christopher Anderson
To learn more about this course, check out the notebook pages below:
To learn more about this course, check out the notebook pages below:

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UC Berkeley BioE 140L Synthetic Biology Lab

SynBio Bootcamp is a laboratory course designed as an introduction to research in Synthetic Biology, a ground-up approach to genetic engineering with applications in bioenergy, healthcare, materials and chemical production. In this course, we will design and execute a real research project. Each student will be responsible for designing and constructing components for the group project and then performing experiments to analyze the system. In addition to lab work, we will have lectures on methods and design concepts in synthetic biology including an introduction to Biobricks, gene synthesis, directed evolution, practical molecular biology and biochemistry.

Instructor: J. Christopher Anderson

To learn more about this course, check out the notebook pages below:

SynBio Bootcamp for Spring 2009

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