Synthetic Biology Journal Club Schedule
We are a casual bi-weekly journal club with broad interest in Synthetic Biology.
Preparation for a presentation is minimal: read the paper, copy figures into a Powerpoint file, make a quick Google/Wikipedia search about the background, and leave the rest for group discussion.
We meet every second Wednesday at 4:30 pm in one of the teaching classrooms in Lab 3, level B, usually B711. If we're not there, peek into other classrooms - we should be there!
If you have questions or want to be added to the mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Living material assembly of bacteriogenic protocells
Mechanistic Insights into the Phase Separation Behavior and Pathway-Directed Information Exchange in all-DNA Dropletshttps://doi.org/10.1002/anie.202208951
Reconstitution of a minimal motility system based on Spiroplasma swimming by two bacterial actins in a synthetic minimal bacterium
|January 12||Yoshiki||Optogenetic rejuvenation of mitochondrial membrane potential extends C. elegans lifespan