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==CH391L: Synthetic Biology==
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==CH391L: Synthetic Biology (Spring 2013)==
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Spring 2012   
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Mondays 2-5 PM  MBB 2.204
Mondays 2-5 PM  MBB 2.204
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Course web page: The course web site on OpenWetWare.org http://openwetware.org/wiki/CH391L/S13 will host course handouts, readings, and assignments.
Course web page: The course web site on OpenWetWare.org http://openwetware.org/wiki/CH391L/S13 will host course handouts, readings, and assignments.
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Syllabus coming soon. For now take a look at last year's website: [[CH391L/S12 | CH391L/S12]].
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[[Media:CH391_S13_Syllabus.pdf|Course Syllabus]]
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[http://2013.igem.org/Main_Page 2013 iGEM Competition]
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Last year's website: [[CH391L/S12 | CH391L/S12]].
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[[CH391L/S13/Topics | Suggest Topics!]]
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[http://2013.igem.org 2013 iGEM Competition]
[[CH391L/S13/Users | CH391L Users]]
[[CH391L/S13/Users | CH391L Users]]
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== Motivation ==
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The purpose of this course is to become familiar with the techniques, biological parts, accomplishments, problems, and challenges of synthetic biology. For the most part, we will focus on ''E. coli'' and yeast. Participants will be expected to individually contribute to OWW pages describing the history, development, and implementation details of engineered parts and organisms from the scientific literature. Then, they will be expected to create a proposal as part of a group with specific experimental and modeling details for using synthetic biology to solve an outstanding problem with technological or societal impact.
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== Assignments ==
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Coursework will consist of in-class oral presentations on scientific papers or research proposals and a "written" component consisting of Wiki page edits on OpenWetWare. All participants in the course will be expected to provide feedback concerning the content of presentations and the content of Wiki pages.
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[[CH391L/S13/WikiEditing|Instructions for Wiki Editing]]
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[[CH391L/S13/Assignments|Class Assignments]]
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[[CH391L/S13/TopicGradingRubric|Grading Rubric for Wiki Pages, Presentations, and Participation]]
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[[CH391L/S13/FinalProjectRubric|Grading Rubric for Final Project]]
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== Topics ==
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=== Week 1: Introduction ===
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* [[CH391L/S13/Introduction | Introduction to Synthetic Biology]]
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===Week 2: Making or finding parts/ethics/DIY Biology===
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*[[CH391L/S13/Ethics | Ethics of Synthetic Biology]]
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*[[CH391L/S13/DIY_SyntheticBiology | DIY Synthetic Biology]]
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*[[CH391L/S13/BioBricksAndRegistry | BioBricks and the Registry of Standard Biological Parts]]
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===Week 3: DNA Assembly===
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*[[CH391L/S13/CAD | CAD in Synthetic Biology]]
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*[[CH391L/S13/DnaAssembly | DNA Assembly: From Genes to Genomes]]
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===Week 4: Chassis Engineering and Making Parts===
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*[[CH391L/S13/CleanGenomes | Minimal "Clean" Genomes]]

Revision as of 01:36, 7 February 2013

Contents

CH391L: Synthetic Biology (Spring 2013)

Mondays 2-5 PM MBB 2.204

Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Barrick <jbarrick AT cm DOT utexas PERIOD edu>

Course web page: The course web site on OpenWetWare.org http://openwetware.org/wiki/CH391L/S13 will host course handouts, readings, and assignments.

Course Syllabus

Last year's website: CH391L/S12.

Suggest Topics!

2013 iGEM Competition

CH391L Users

Motivation

The purpose of this course is to become familiar with the techniques, biological parts, accomplishments, problems, and challenges of synthetic biology. For the most part, we will focus on E. coli and yeast. Participants will be expected to individually contribute to OWW pages describing the history, development, and implementation details of engineered parts and organisms from the scientific literature. Then, they will be expected to create a proposal as part of a group with specific experimental and modeling details for using synthetic biology to solve an outstanding problem with technological or societal impact.

Assignments

Coursework will consist of in-class oral presentations on scientific papers or research proposals and a "written" component consisting of Wiki page edits on OpenWetWare. All participants in the course will be expected to provide feedback concerning the content of presentations and the content of Wiki pages.

Instructions for Wiki Editing

Class Assignments

Grading Rubric for Wiki Pages, Presentations, and Participation

Grading Rubric for Final Project

Topics

Week 1: Introduction

Week 2: Making or finding parts/ethics/DIY Biology

Week 3: DNA Assembly

Week 4: Chassis Engineering and Making Parts

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