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*Protocols and Standards [http://poet.mit.edu/events/020107.html workshop] for synthetic biology & internet II
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*'''Synthetic Biology 3.0 conference [http://www.syntheticbiology3.ethz.ch/ website] <font color="green">springs to life.</font>'''
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*Chris Voigt publishes beautiful introductory review entitled "Genetic parts to program bacteria." [http://www.aseanbiotechnology.info/scripts/count_article.asp?Article_code=21020227 PDF], [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=16978856&query_hl=1&itool=pubmed_docsum PubMed]
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*ETC group [http://www.etcgroup.org/en/materials/publications.html?id=602 publishes] an introduction to synthetic biology.
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*Roger Brent has published two commentaries discussing [[doi:1721.1/34914|future biological security]], and [[doi:1721.1/34913|issues of responsibility]] within the synthetic biology community.
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* [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Ljubljana,_Slovenia_2006 Ljubljana, Slovenia] wins iGEM 2006 Grand Prize & takes home the coveted BioBrick, [http://parts2.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/MIT_2006 MIT] earns Best System, full details coming [http://www.igem2006.com/ online].
 
*iGEM 2006 [http://igem2006.com/ Jamboree] is this weekend at MIT!!!
 
*iGEM 2006 [http://igem2006.com/ Jamboree] is this weekend at MIT!!!
 
*Isaacs, Dwyer and Collins discuss promises and challenges of RNA synthetic biology. ([http://www.bu.edu/abl/files/naturebiotech_isaacs.pdf pdf])
 
*Isaacs, Dwyer and Collins discuss promises and challenges of RNA synthetic biology. ([http://www.bu.edu/abl/files/naturebiotech_isaacs.pdf pdf])

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