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Two new start-up plans win BrisSynBio's first synthetic biology entrepreneurship competition - University of Bristol

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http://news.google.com - University of BristolTwo new start-up plans win BrisSynBio's first synthetic biology entrepreneurship competitionUniversity of Bristol17 synthetic biology researchers received training and coaching on how to set up a biotech company using synthetic biology as part of the BrisSynBio 4-Day MBA 'More Business Acumen' course - developed by SynbiCITE. At the climax of the course, ...

From synthetic biology to global health challenges - University of Bristol

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http://news.google.com - From synthetic biology to global health challengesUniversity of BristolThe new Bristol Biodesign Institute (BBI) builds on a £70 million investment in synthetic biology at the University, which includes a synthetic biology research centre and a centre for doctoral training. The BBI will be the focal point for ...

Scientists Get Closer To Further Synthetic Biology Breakthrough By ... - University Herald

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http://news.google.com - University HeraldScientists Get Closer To Further Synthetic Biology Breakthrough By ...University HeraldSynthetic biology one step closer to a new frontier. It took nearly 10 years for the researchers to build their first chromosome. The scientist conducting the ...BioNews - Complete synthetic yeast organism almost a realityBioNewsall 3 news articles »

STEM Programs That Will Attract Kids to Science and Engineering Careers - University Herald

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 203 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - University HeraldSTEM Programs That Will Attract Kids to Science and Engineering CareersUniversity HeraldGenetic engineering has become a core of the society affecting billions of people every day. However, students get exposed to it in a university or in advanced projects which show that even before they get into it, they already made a choice. On the ...

The Future Belongs to the Curious - Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 204 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - Cornell University The Cornell Daily SunThe Future Belongs to the CuriousCornell University The Cornell Daily SunThis research opens up several avenues in genetic engineering and invasive genetics. For example, a potential lead for further research would be to engineer cells responsible for immunity by adding an invasive genetic sequence which will cause the ...

Strengthening biotechnology & synthetic biology: KP-IT department, CECOS University sign agreement - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)

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http://news.google.com - Strengthening biotechnology & synthetic biology: KP-IT department, CECOS University sign agreementBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)CECOS University of Information Technology, and Emerging Sciences, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Department of Information Technology, aiming to jointly collaborate to strengthen biotechnology and synthetic biology ...

UVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering Principles to Cybersecurity - University of Virginia

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 218 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - University of VirginiaUVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering Principles to CybersecurityUniversity of VirginiaInstead of putting a single canary in a coal mine, why not have several, each one capable of responding to a different poisonous gas, thanks to a switch in its genetic code? That's the basic idea behind “Double Helix,” a cybersecurity system that ...and more »

UVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering ... - University of Virginia

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 232 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - University of VirginiaUVA Computer Science Professor Applies Genetic Engineering ...University of VirginiaInstead of putting a single canary in a coal mine, why not have several, each one capable of responding to a different poisonous gas, thanks to a switch in its ...and more »