Engineering Cell Behavior with Synthetic Biology
Synthetic biology is generally understood to be a graft of engineering and biology, and this has led to some confusing and unhelpful metaphors. In this webinar, Dr. Richardson will introduce you to the interdisciplinary world of synthetic biology, busting some of the popular myths about this field—DNA is not a programming language, and cells are not compilers or circuit boards! Dr. Richardson will also tell you about how synthetic biology differs to recombinant DNA technology, and you will get a solid overview of where and how synthetic biology can be used within research. You will receive tips and resources to help you embark on synthetic biology. The webinar will finish with open questions and future perspectives for this exciting and fast-growing field.
|Engineering Cell Behavior with Synthetic Biology|
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