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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.  Although diverse, all projects have an underlying connection.
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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.
* [[Silver: Mammalian Synthetic Biology | Mammalian Synthetic Biology]]
* [[Silver: Mammalian Synthetic Biology | Mammalian Synthetic Biology]]
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* [[Silver: Living Foundries | Living Foundries]]
* [[Silver: Living Foundries | Living Foundries]]
* [[Silver: Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia | Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia]]
* [[Silver: Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia | Photosynthesis, carbon fixation and cell consortia]]
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* [[Silver: DOE Bio-energy | DOE Bio-energy]]
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* [[Silver: Programmable chromosomes | Programmable Chromosomes]]
* [[Silver: Publications | Publications]]
* [[Silver: Publications | Publications]]
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*[http://wyss.harvard.edu/ Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering]
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* [[Silver: Assembly | UNS-Guided DNA Assembly]]
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*[http://www.msi.harvard.edu/ Microbial Sciences Institute]
*[http://www.msi.harvard.edu/ Microbial Sciences Institute]
*[http://environment.harvard.edu/ Harvard Center for the Environment]
*[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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* [[Silver: Open Positions| OPEN POSITIONS NOW!]]
* [[Silver: Open Positions| OPEN POSITIONS NOW!]]
* [[Silver: In the News | In the News]]
* [[Silver: In the News | In the News]]
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* [[Silver: Lab Members | Lab Members]]
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* [[Silver: Lab Members | Current and Former Lab Members]]
* [[Silver: Lab Meeting Shedule | Lab Meeting Schedule]]
* [[Silver: Lab Meeting Shedule | Lab Meeting Schedule]]
* [[Silver: Former Lab Members | Former Lab Members]]
* [[Silver: Former Lab Members | Former Lab Members]]

Revision as of 13:20, 2 February 2014

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.





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