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Synbio Newsletter October 2013

          

Synbio Newsletter October 2013

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Ingeniøren reports on Copenhagen iGEM'ers Magnetic Cancer Medicine 

The project suggest that magnetic medical drugs can be used to localize, poison and burn cancer cells. The Danish newspaper Ingeniøren has written an article on the project developed by University of Copenhagen's participants in the world cup in synthetic biology for students known as iGEM.


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Novo Grant for Green Production of Heart Drug

The tropical plant Indian Coleus have been used to cure heart failure for centuries. Its medicinal effects are caused by the compound forskolin, which the is the focus of the new project funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The commercial potential is big, since the compound has been approved for drug use.

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Synbio Collaborator Challanges Philosophical Tradiotions

Philosophers should get out more. Leave their university offices to share and activate their knowledge in society by collaborating with other professions. This is the essence of a recent article in the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen that features Alfred Birkegaard Hansted, a collaborator of the Center for Synthetic Biology.

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In the Media

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    • EU-Synbio Newsletter features Danish Synbio Research
      The European Research Area network for synthetic biology (ERAsynbio) is putting focus on research and activities at the Center for Synthetic Biology at University of Copenhagen in its newsletter.

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    • Ingeniøren reports on Copenhagen iGEM'ers Magnetic Cancer Medicine
      The project suggest that magnetic medical drugs can be used to localize, poison and burn cancer cells. The Danish newspaper Ingeniøren has written an article on the project developed by University of Copenhagen's participants in the world cup in synthetic biology for students known as iGEM.

      Read more here … »

    • Synbio Collaborator Challanges Philosophical Tradiotions
      Philosophers should get out more. Leave their university offices to share and activate their knowledge in society by collaborating with other professions. This is the essence of a recent article in the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen that features Alfred Birkegaard Hansted, a collaborator of the Center for Synthetic Biology.

      Read more here … »

       

 

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Past Events

  • 19th September 2013: Professor Jeremy Lakey, University of Newcastle. SEMINAR: Understanding the action of antibacterials using neutrons

  



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