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!
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Schedule for summer 2023
Combinatorial protein dimerization enables precise multi-input synthetic computations
Engineering transmembrane signal transduction in synthetic membranes using two-component systems
Programmable protein delivery with a bacterial contractile injection system.
Activity-based directed evolution of a membrane editor in mammalian
A universal glycoenzyme biosynthesis pipeline that enables efficient cell-free remodeling of glycans
Optogenetic control of apical constriction induces synthetic morphogenesis in mammalian tissues