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Synbio Newsletter April 2013

Synbio Newsletter April 2013


Contents: 

News
Upcoming Events
Synbio in the Media
Past Events 

News

APPOINTMENT: Director of Center Appointed to Australian Academy of Sciences


After decades of close collaborations with the scientific environment in Australia, Director of Center for Synthetic Biology Birger Lindberg Møller has been named Corresponding Member by the Australian Academy of Sciences. Read more 
here… »

Photos of the Synbio Yearly Meeting Available Online

The Center's yearly meeting took place on the 5th and 6th of March in the exotic surroundings of the Copenhagen Zoo. View the photos and look back on the program here... »

ARTICLE: Synbio Researchers Publish in Popular Science Magazine

In a Danish science magazine, a group of scientists at Center for Synthetic Biology explain how their project of re-engineering photosynthesis will make it possible to build a new kind of sustainable, solar-driven chemical industry. Read more 
here … »

 

Upcoming Events

 

Synbio in the Media

University Post: Hands-On Learning in Synbio Competition

University of Copenhagen's independent news source, The University Post, wrote an article on the global synthetic biology competition iGEM, including an interview with Charlotte Navntoft of last years iGEM team. She and four of her teammates are co-advising the 2013 Copenhagen iGEM team, who is busy preparing their project. Read more
here … »

Research Europe: Synbio & Biohackers Collaborate 

Leading European news source on research and policy reports on the collaboration between University of Copenhagen's Center for Synthetic Biology and the Do-It-Yourself biotech enthusiasts, or biohackers in BiologiGaragen. Read more
here … »


Synbio Researchers Publish in Popular Science Magazine


In a Danish science magazine, a group of scientists at Center for Synthetic Biology explain how their project of re-engineering photosynthesis will make it possible to build a new kind of sustainable, solar-driven chemical industry. Read more here … »

 

Past Events



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