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*[[SynBERC:COG/October 2007 Meeting]] - TK debrief on QIAcube
 
*[[SynBERC:COG/October 2007 Meeting]] - TK debrief on QIAcube
**Homework:  
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**#What's the cloning amount (and type) per lab ?
 
**#What's the cloning amount (and type) per lab ?
 
**#What experiment can't we do that we'd like to do?
 
**#What experiment can't we do that we'd like to do?
*[[SynBERC:COG/November 2007 Meeting]] - Lane & Anderson research updates
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*[[SynBERC:COG/December 2007 Meeting]] - Lane & Anderson research updates
*[[SynBERC:COG/December 2007 Meeting]] -
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*[[SynBERC:COG/January 2008 Meeting]] - Registry research update
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**[[:Media:SynBERC talk Reisinger.ppt|Sarah Reisinger SynBERC presentation on automated cloning]]
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*[[SynBERC:COG/February 2008 Meeting]] - Sergio from the Lim Lab on combinatorial assembly
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*[[SynBERC:COG/April 2008 Meeting]] - Harris from the Church lab presents on MAGE
  
 
=Communication=
 
=Communication=

Latest revision as of 11:41, 5 October 2008

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!

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

Communication

Members