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*MIT
 
*MIT
 
**[http://belcher10.mit.edu/ Angela Belcher, Biological Engineering & Materials Science]
 
**[http://belcher10.mit.edu/ Angela Belcher, Biological Engineering & Materials Science]
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**Domitilla del Vecchio, Mechanical Engineering
 
**[http://web.mit.edu/prathergroup/Kristala Jones-Prather, Chemical Engineering]
 
**[http://web.mit.edu/prathergroup/Kristala Jones-Prather, Chemical Engineering]
 
**[[knight | Tom Knight, EECS and CSAIL]]
 
**[[knight | Tom Knight, EECS and CSAIL]]
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**[http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/ Alexander van Oudenaarden, Physics]
 
**[http://web.mit.edu/biophysics/ Alexander van Oudenaarden, Physics]
 
**[http://mit.edu/voigtlab/ Chris Voigt]
 
**[http://mit.edu/voigtlab/ Chris Voigt]
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**Ron Weiss
  
 
*Philipps-Universität Marburg
 
*Philipps-Universität Marburg
 
**[http://www.synmikro.com/en/homeen/young-scientists/graduate-school.html/ Center for Synthetic Microbiology (SYNMIKRO), Graduate School]
 
**[http://www.synmikro.com/en/homeen/young-scientists/graduate-school.html/ Center for Synthetic Microbiology (SYNMIKRO), Graduate School]
 
*Princeton
 
**[http://weisswebserver.ee.princeton.edu/ Ron Weiss, EECS and Molecular Biology]
 
  
 
*Rice University
 
*Rice University

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This is an active list of schools and labs that support graduate study in synthetic biology.
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Currently, programs are listed by school in alphabetical order.
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The following links were found here: http://systems-biology-research.blogspot.com/2007/10/where-you-can-study-systems-biology.html

They have not been updated lately. Feel free to make changes as you see fit.

Read this article for additional information regarding Synthetic Biology careers:

http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_magazine/previous_issues/articles/2008_10_17/caredit.a0800152

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