User:Reshma P. Shetty

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*[http://science.slashdot.org/science/06/11/06/1913228.shtml We made Slashdot!]
*[http://money.cnn.com/ CNN Money] has an [http://money.cnn.com/2005/08/15/pf/training_pay/index.htm article] called "Big jobs that pay badly."  The three examples they cite: architect, chef and academic research scientist.
*[http://money.cnn.com/ CNN Money] has an [http://money.cnn.com/2005/08/15/pf/training_pay/index.htm article] called "Big jobs that pay badly."  The three examples they cite: architect, chef and academic research scientist.
*The other kind of [http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn2731 biobricks].
*The other kind of [http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn2731 biobricks].

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I am a graduate student in Tom Knight's lab and co-advised by Drew Endy.

Science

Education

Research

My current work is in the area of synthetic biology.

  • Thesis research: a brief summary of my thesis research and interests.
  • ICSB 2005 poster: my latest poster on my work.
  • FAQ and thoughts: my own answers to frequently asked questions and objections to the field as well as thoughts on related experimental issues.

Other related discussions and projects in which I am involved.

Teaching

Other

Some non-research but still important discussions and projects in which I am participating.

  • iGEM: I am serving as a part-time iGEM 2006 ambassador to Asia.
  • OpenWetWare: a wiki for researchers in biological science and engineering to enable more sharing and collaboration in the research community.
  • Publishing: can we improve the publishing system in synthetic biology?
    • To this end, I helped set up the MIT DSpace synthetic biology publishing archive. Check out the archive by date by author
  • Science 2.0: some thoughts on how the conduct of science will change through Web2.0 technologies.
  • Synthetic Society Working Group: a working group exploring societal issues around synthetic biology.
  • Previously, I also helped to organize Synthetic Biology 1.0: The First International Meeting on Synthetic Biology.

Previous research

OpenWetWare

Contact

Reshma Shetty
MIT CSAIL
32 Vassar Street, Room 32-311
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA
617.253.5814
rshetty AT mit DOT edu

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