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The BioBricks Foundation

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Any individual or organization is welcome to design, improve, and contribute BioBrick™ standard biological parts to the Registry. For example, in the summer of 2007, over 600 students and instructors at 60+ universities around the world are making, sharing, and using BioBrick™ standard biological parts as part of the [ International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM)] competition.
The BBF supports an open technical standards setting process that is used to define BioBrick &trade; standard biological parts, and other technical matters relevant to synthetic biology research and applications. Feel free to join or contribute to the work of the [ BBF Technical Standards Working Group] if you are interested.
The BBF also supports a Legal Working Group that is developing the BioBricks &trade; Legal scheme. Feel free to join or contribute to the [ BBF Legal Working Group] if you are interested.
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*The '''[[The_BioBricks_Foundation:BPA | BioBrick &trade; Public Agreement]]''' Version 1a is now available for public distribution and comment. Your final feedback is requested.
*The BBF helps start the [ BIOFAB] International Open Facility Advancing Biotechnology (BIOFAB).
*'''[ Ginkgo BioWorks] and [ New England Biolabs] have developed and are selling their first [ BioBrick &trade; Assembly Kit]!
*'''The [[The BioBricks Foundation:RFC|BBF RFC process]] has been implemented.''' Request an RFC number from rfc AT
*'''Technical Standards Workshop 3''', [[The_BioBricks_Foundation:Workshop3 | November 10, 2008, Cambridge, MA]]
*'''Technical Standards, Legal, SB4SB5.0, and Volunteer Mailing Lists are open, [[The_BioBricks_Foundation:MailingLists | sign up today]]!
*'''Technical & Legal Standards Workshop 2''', [[The_BioBricks_Foundation:Workshop2 | March 1, 2008, San Francisco, CA]]
*'''[ SB4.0, Fourth International Meeting on Synthetic Biology,] 10-12 October 2008, HKUST, Hong Kong

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