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Synthetic Biology Lectures

Designing a biological system from BioBricks

Instructor: Vincent Rouilly

Date: 4th March 2008

Venue: Room 1, Whiteleys Suite, RCS1 building.


  • To give to the students an idea of the workflow involved in an iGEM-type project
  • Main areas of research (Bio-energy, Bio-sensors, information processing, Drug development, Bio-material ...)
  • Engineering development cycle applied to iGEM: Specifications, Design, Modelling, Implementation, testing/validation
  • Available resources to start with
  • Searching the registry and the literature

Presentation Slides:

Resources / References :

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