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  will bosworth
  will bosworth
  bosworth AT mit.edu
  bosworth AT mit.edu
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  mit bs meche 2008  
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  mit me bs 2008  
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  currently deferred from mit meche grad school...
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  mit me ms student until at least jan '11
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...in order to start [http://www.nublabs.com nub labs] and develop a sustainable business model around empowering people,
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work at [http://www.seegrid.com Seegrid] and design robots and watch a 5th year start-up bloom,
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and perform & record with [http://www.thepears.org The Pears] and as [http://www.tfwillie.com TF Willie].
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  previously a member of the [http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:UC_Berkeley/2006 UCBerkeley iGEM team 2006],
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  designing cellular logic gates in cells; creating and testing conjugation-based communication models
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  Member of the [http://www.openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:UC_Berkeley/2006 UCBerkeley iGEM team 2006],
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  in e.coli . 
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  and [http://openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:MIT/2005 MIT iGEM team 2005] where I had the great
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  opportunity to (attempt to) build (useful) devices out of living organisms.  
   
   
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previously a member of the [http://openwetware.org/wiki/IGEM:MIT/2005 MIT iGEM team 2005], where
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  I learned a great deal about complex system design & debugging by interacting with some ''really
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  I did alot of struggling and learning. We tried to modify a chemical pathway to create a platform to
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  good'' engineers and biologists that has benefited me in my not-bioengineering engineering career.
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  sense different environmental factors. Our method involved significantly modifying surface protein's
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  structures (synthesizing altered sequences) and then expecting those proteins to still work. We did
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not get very far.
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Revision as of 14:38, 28 July 2010

will bosworth
bosworth AT mit.edu
mit me bs 2008 
mit me ms student until at least jan '11


Member of the UCBerkeley iGEM team 2006,
and MIT iGEM team 2005 where I had the great 
opportunity to (attempt to) build (useful) devices out of living organisms. 

I learned a great deal about complex system design & debugging  by interacting with some really 
good engineers and biologists that has benefited me in my not-bioengineering engineering career.
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