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PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW  [https://silver.med.harvard.edu/ LAB WEB SITE ] AS THIS VERSION WILL BE SLOWLY PHASED OUT AND WILL NOT CONTAIN THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION
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Welcome to the Pam Silver lab wiki in [[Main_Page | OPENWETWARE]].   
Welcome to the Pam Silver lab wiki in [[Main_Page | OPENWETWARE]].   
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== Research Information ==
== Research Information ==
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Our overarching goal is the rapid and predictable reprogramming of cells of all types.  We seek to implement design strategies used by Nature as well as to go where evolution has or may not go.  The implications of our work range from developing systems to study biological processes, novel therapeutics and the environment.
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Our overarching goal is the rapid and predictable reprogramming of cells of all types.  We seek to implement design strategies used by Nature as well as to go where evolution may not readily go.  The implications of our work range from developing systems to study biological processes, novel therapeutics and the environment.  Although diverse, all projects have an underlying connection.
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* [[Silver: Synthetic Biology | Synthetic Biology]]
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* [[Silver: Mammalian Synthetic Biology | Mammalian Synthetic Biology]]
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* [[Silver: Pathways in Disease | Pathways  in Disease ]]
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* [[Silver: BRICS | BRICS: Towards Re-programming the Gut Microbiome]]
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* [[Silver: RNA Dynamics | RNA Dynamics]]
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* [[Silver: Living Foundries | Living Foundries]]
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* [[Silver: Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia | Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia]]
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* [[Silver: Programmable chromosomes | Programmable Chromosomes]]
* [[Silver: Publications | Publications]]
* [[Silver: Publications | Publications]]
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* [[Silver: In the News | In the News]]
 
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*[http://wyss.harvard.edu/ Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering]
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*[http://www.msi.harvard.edu/ Microbial Sciences Institute]
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*[http://environment.harvard.edu/ Harvard Center for the Environment]
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*[http://www.bionumbers.org/ BioNumbers]
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== Resources ==
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==Education and Programs==
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* [[Silver: Protocols | Protocols]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Genome Organization | Genome Organization]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#RNA .22Stuff.22 | RNA]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Synthetic Biology | Synthetic Biology]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Cell-Based Screens | Cell-Based Screens ]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Methylation | Methylation]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Other .2F More General | Other / More General]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Hardware Maintenance| Hardware Maintenance]]
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** [[Silver: Protocols#Software| Software]]
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==Educational Programs==
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*[http://sysbiophd.med.harvard.edu/ Harvard University PhD Program in Systems Biology]
*[http://sysbiophd.med.harvard.edu/ Harvard University PhD Program in Systems Biology]
*[http://www.hms.harvard.edu/dms/bbs/ Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program]
*[http://www.hms.harvard.edu/dms/bbs/ Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program]
*[http://arep.med.harvard.edu/biophysics/ Harvard University Biophysics Program]
*[http://arep.med.harvard.edu/biophysics/ Harvard University Biophysics Program]
*[http://chembio.med.harvard.edu/ Harvard Chemical Biology Graduate Program]
*[http://chembio.med.harvard.edu/ Harvard Chemical Biology Graduate Program]
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*[http://http://igem.org/Main_Page/ iGEM]
 
*[http://bbf.openwetware.org/ The Biobricks Foundation]
*[http://bbf.openwetware.org/ The Biobricks Foundation]
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*[http://www.msi.harvard.edu/ Microbial Sciences Institute]
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*[http://environment.harvard.edu/ Harvard Center for the Environment]
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*[http://wyss.harvard.edu/ Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering]
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*[http://igem.org/ iGEM]
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== Lab Information ==
== Lab Information ==
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* [[Silver: Open Positions| OPEN POSITIONS NOW!]]
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* [[Silver: Lab Members | Current and Former Lab Members]]
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* [[Silver: Lab Members | Lab Members]]
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* [[Silver: Lab Meeting Shedule | Lab Meeting Schedule]]
* [[Silver: Lab Meeting Shedule | Lab Meeting Schedule]]
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* [[Silver: Former Lab Members | Former Lab Members]]
 
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* [[Silver: Contact Information | Contact, Strain Requests and Joining the Group]]
* [[Silver: Contact Information | Contact, Strain Requests and Joining the Group]]
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Images on this page provided by David Savage, Bruno Afonso and Caroline Ajo-Franklin.   
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Images on this page provided by David Savage, Jessica Polka and Devin Burrill.   
Wiki Editing [[Silver: Wiki Instructions|Instructions]]
Wiki Editing [[Silver: Wiki Instructions|Instructions]]
Lab members, also visit the [https://silver.med.harvard.edu/passwd/wiki secure wiki].
Lab members, also visit the [https://silver.med.harvard.edu/passwd/wiki secure wiki].

Current revision

PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW LAB WEB SITE AS THIS VERSION WILL BE SLOWLY PHASED OUT AND WILL NOT CONTAIN THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION

Welcome to the Pam Silver lab wiki in OPENWETWARE.

Research Information

Our overarching goal is the rapid and predictable reprogramming of cells of all types. We seek to implement design strategies used by Nature as well as to go where evolution may not readily go. The implications of our work range from developing systems to study biological processes, novel therapeutics and the environment. Although diverse, all projects have an underlying connection.




Images on this page provided by David Savage, Jessica Polka and Devin Burrill.

Wiki Editing Instructions

Lab members, also visit the secure wiki.

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