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Synthetic Biology – Webinars and Online Events

technology networks lab of the future webinar 27th June 2024
Webinar

Laboratory of the Future: A Tech Spotlight on the Future of Research

This immersive webinar offers an exclusive glimpse into the groundbreaking technologies shaping the laboratories of tomorrow. Delve into the dynamic fusion of cutting-edge technology and scientific exploration as our visionary experts unveil revolutionary laboratory setups.
TMi10 29th November Tech Net
Online Event

Teach Me in 10: Accelerating Cell and Gene Therapy Development

On-Demand
This one-day online event will feature short talks covering recent innovations in research and technology in the cell and gene therapy domain. Our expert panel of presenters will address key advances across the entire R&D pipeline, from pre-clinical work right through to bioprocessing and manufacturing.
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Webinar

Rethinking Developmental Biology With Cellular Reprogramming

On-Demand
In this webinar, Professor Marius Wernig from Stanford University and Dr. Mark Kotter, CEO and founder of bit.bio offer an expert discussion on the pioneering research of cell reprogramming.
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Webinar

Bugging Our Bowels: Engineering Bacteria To Eavesdrop on Gut Health

On-Demand
Here, Dr. Riglar will discuss ways that we are using synthetic biology to solve this problem, and our quest to develop non-invasive living engineered bacterial tools – smart probiotics – to help us understand and control the gut and gut microbiota.
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An Automated Workflow for Untargeted Metabolomics of Complex Biological Samples

On-Demand
The field of synthetic biology revolves around the design-build-test-learn (DBTL) cycle, where biological components are adjusted in multiple iterations.
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Mammalian Synthetic Biology: Foundations and Therapeutic Applications

On-Demand
In this webinar we are joined by Ron Weiss, Professor of Biological Engineering at MIT who is widely acknowledged as one of the founders of synthetic biology.
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Webinar

Feel the Need, the Need for Speed: Advances in RapidFire-MS Analyses for Faster, Larger Runs with Less Sample Presentation Session 2

On-Demand
We will explore how these advances are being utilized, both individually and in tandem, as we discuss a variety of new applications demonstrating the benefits of this improved, fully integrated system.
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Feel the Need, the Need for Speed: Advances in RapidFire-MS Analyses for Faster, Larger Runs with Less Sample Presentation Session 1

On-Demand
We will explore how these advances are being utilized, both individually and in tandem, as we discuss a variety of new applications demonstrating the benefits of this improved, fully integrated system.
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Webinar

Targeted Libraries and Their Applications for Directed Evolution of Enzymes

On-Demand
Don’t miss this webinar illustrating the approach that Cellibre, a cellular agriculture company leveraged to significantly accelerate their Design.Build.Test cycles and engineer a key enzyme for cannabinoid production.
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Racing Against Time: Rapid, High-Throughput Discovery of Antibody Therapeutics for SARS-CoV-2

On-Demand
Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers Robert Carnahan and Pavlo Gilchuk are attempting to compress the timeline for therapeutic antibody development, by integrating a series of advances in single-cell messenger RNA sequence analysis, bioinformatics, synthetic biology and high-throughput functional analysis.
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