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Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University<br>
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Silas H. Palmer Fellow<br>
Contact via: email<br>
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Faculty of Bioengineering<br>
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Stanford University<br>
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Room 252<br>
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Shriram Center<br>
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443 Via Ortega<br>
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Stanford, CA 94305<br>
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endy@stanford.edu<br>
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Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
 
Lab website: [http://endy.web.stanford.edu http://endy.web.stanford.edu]<br>
Y2E2-269B, MC4200<br>
 
473 Via Ortega<br>
 
Stanford, CA 94305<br>
 
(650) 723-7027
 
  
 
=== Goals ===
 
=== Goals ===
*'''Immediate''': Enable engineering of genetically encoded memory
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*'''Fundamental''': Help solve the "Humpty Dumpty" and "Swiss Watch" problems in synthetic biology.
*'''Long-term''': Make biology easy to engineer
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*'''Applied''': Grow a cell phone from garden clippings using a heavily engineered wood fungus.
 
*'''Social''': Support overwhelmingly responsible and constructive development and application of biological technologies
 
*'''Social''': Support overwhelmingly responsible and constructive development and application of biological technologies
  
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=== Reminder ===
 
=== Reminder ===
"'Almost nothing will work' is not the same as 'Nothing will work.' That's the mistake "corrosive critics" make." -Clay Shirky (according to Tim O'Reilly)
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"'''Almost nothing will work''' is not the same as '''Nothing will work.''' That's the mistake ''corrosive critics'' make." -Clay Shirky (according to Tim O'Reilly)

Latest revision as of 09:14, 1 February 2017

Drew Endy (安特專)

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print "Incremental utility has infinite advantage."

Silas H. Palmer Fellow
Faculty of Bioengineering
Stanford University

Room 252
Shriram Center
443 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305

endy@stanford.edu

Lab website: http://endy.web.stanford.edu

Goals

  • Fundamental: Help solve the "Humpty Dumpty" and "Swiss Watch" problems in synthetic biology.
  • Applied: Grow a cell phone from garden clippings using a heavily engineered wood fungus.
  • Social: Support overwhelmingly responsible and constructive development and application of biological technologies

Travel

I'm trying to limit my professional travel. I like phone and video-via-web.

Reminder

"Almost nothing will work is not the same as Nothing will work. That's the mistake corrosive critics make." -Clay Shirky (according to Tim O'Reilly)