Synthetic Biology:Graduate

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*MIT
*MIT
**[http://belcher10.mit.edu/ Angela Belcher, Biological Engineering & Materials Science]
**[http://belcher10.mit.edu/ Angela Belcher, Biological Engineering & Materials Science]
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**Domitilla del Vecchio, Mechanical Engineering
**[http://web.mit.edu/prathergroup/Kristala Jones-Prather, Chemical Engineering]
**[http://web.mit.edu/prathergroup/Kristala Jones-Prather, Chemical Engineering]
**[[knight | Tom Knight, EECS and CSAIL]]
**[[knight | Tom Knight, EECS and CSAIL]]
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**[http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/ Alexander van Oudenaarden, Physics]
**[http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/ Alexander van Oudenaarden, Physics]
**[http://mit.edu/voigtlab/ Chris Voigt]
**[http://mit.edu/voigtlab/ Chris Voigt]
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**Ron Weiss
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*Princeton
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*Philipps-Universität Marburg
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**[http://weisswebserver.ee.princeton.edu/ Ron Weiss, EECS and Molecular Biology]
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**[http://www.synmikro.com/en/homeen/young-scientists/graduate-school.html/ Center for Synthetic Microbiology (SYNMIKRO), Graduate School]
*Rice University
*Rice University

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Home        About        Conferences        Labs        Courses        Resources        FAQ       

This is an active list of schools and labs that support graduate study in synthetic biology.

Please add to and revise as appropriate.
Currently, programs are listed by school in alphabetical order.
Example labs and departments are listed too.


The following links were found here: http://systems-biology-research.blogspot.com/2007/10/where-you-can-study-systems-biology.html

They have not been updated lately. Feel free to make changes as you see fit.

Read this article for additional information regarding Synthetic Biology careers:

http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_magazine/previous_issues/articles/2008_10_17/caredit.a0800152

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