Scarman House, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd November 2013
Synthetic biology (SB) is seen as a transformative hybrid research field that promises to generate a broad repertoire of biological technologies. However, SB will not be able to deliver on this promise unless it can produce predictable, robust and scalable synthetic systems.
This workshop brings together US and UK researchers along with industrialists to discuss the further development of synthetic biology towards developing the next generation of engineering tools and thereby empowering it to achieve generically predictable, robust and scalable engineering solutions in biotechnology and biomedicine.
We look forward to welcoming you.
|Professor Orkun Soyer
Professor Declan Bates
|Professor Ahmad (Mo) Khalil
Professor Douglas Densmore
|University of Warwick
For further information about the workshop please contact Carolyn Ayres.
Email: Carolyn dot Ayres at warwick dot ac dot uk