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<wikionly>'''Archive announcements of interest here.'''</wikionly>
<wikionly>'''Archive announcements of interest here.'''</wikionly>
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*Tucker & Zilinskas discuss promise and perils of synthetic biology in the [http://www.thenewatlantis.com/archive/12/tuckerzilinskas.htm New Atlantis]
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*Rosenfeld et al [http://www.biophysj.org/cgi/rapidpdf/biophysj.105.073098v1 publish] a method for inferring the numerical abundance of proteins inside bacteria.
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*Ongoing [[Synthetic_Biology:SB2.0/Biosecurity_resolutions | discussion]] of community self-governance issues; to be resolved by SB2.0. Please contribute!
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*BioSpectrum Asia Edition has an article highlighting India's involvement in iGEM this year [http://www.biospectrumasia.com/content/270406IND636.asp  Synthetic Biology]
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*Pósfai's & Blattner's groups [http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/1126439v1 publish] their reduction of E. coli's genome.
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*[http://web.mit.edu/smcs/synth_bio/2006/mit-synth_bio-security-town-hall-32d463-21apr2006-220k.ram Webcast] of MIT "town hall" meeting on community self-governance options.
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*Goldman School releases [http://www.lbl.gov/pbd/synthbio/townhall.htm white paper] on self-governance of DNA synthesis technology for community-wide discussion and comment.
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*Jay Keasling's group publishes a [http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v440/n7086/abs/nature04640.html paper] about making a lot of artemisinic acid in yeast.
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*Keith Joung's group publishes engineered protein-protein interaction [http://www.nature.com/msb/journal/v2/n1/full/msb4100053.html paper].
*Registration for the [http://pbd.lbl.gov/sbconf/ Second International Conference on Synthetic Biology (SB2.0)] is open.
*Registration for the [http://pbd.lbl.gov/sbconf/ Second International Conference on Synthetic Biology (SB2.0)] is open.
*Beachhead has a market analysis for synthetic biology: [http://www.beachhead.com/publications.html Synthetic Biology, A New Paradigm for Biological Discovery]
*Beachhead has a market analysis for synthetic biology: [http://www.beachhead.com/publications.html Synthetic Biology, A New Paradigm for Biological Discovery]

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