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Welcome to the Construction Optimization Group (COG)!   
Welcome to the Construction Optimization Group (COG)!   
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At the [http://synberc.private.openwetware.org/wiki/2007_Semi-Annual_Retreat-Sept_14-16%2C_2007 last SynBERC retreat] SynBERCers decided that solving the challenge of automated DNA assembly/cloning would be a priority for the center.    COG will be tasked with drafting a report for the upcoming NSF visit in March(?) that evaluates current assembly approaches and proposes a path forward.
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At the [http://synberc.private.openwetware.org/wiki/2007_Semi-Annual_Retreat-Sept_14-16%2C_2007 last SynBERC retreat] SynBERCers decided that solving the challenge of automated DNA assembly/cloning would be a priority for the center.    COG will be tasked with drafting a report for the upcoming NSF visit in March(?) that evaluates current assembly approaches and proposes a path forward. This page is just getting started, please add/edit!
==Goals==
==Goals==

Revision as of 10:25, 19 September 2007

Image:Service lab.png Welcome to the Construction Optimization Group (COG)!

At the last SynBERC retreat SynBERCers decided that solving the challenge of automated DNA assembly/cloning would be a priority for the center. COG will be tasked with drafting a report for the upcoming NSF visit in March(?) that evaluates current assembly approaches and proposes a path forward. This page is just getting started, please add/edit!

Contents

Goals

  1. Maintain communication across labs on status of automated assembly projects.
  2. Produce a report with evaluation of current assembly approaches and recommendations for going forward.

Meetings

COG:Meeting 1

Agenda:

  1. What are the goals for COG?
    • Is the report described above a good 6 month goal? Should we be doing something else?
  2. Meeting frequency
  3. Next steps

Members

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