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Read more at: The EngBio IRC welcomes new Chairs Laura Machesky & Jenny Molloy

The EngBio IRC welcomes new Chairs Laura Machesky & Jenny Molloy

1 December 2022

The EngBio IRC welcomes new joint chairs Prof. Laura Machesky, Dr Jenny Molloy and Coordinator Hend Aly to Cambridge Engineering Biology network. imgonline-com-ua-collage-ukwzihsaxo3tf.jpg A warm EngBio IRC welcome to our new joint Chairs, Professor Laura Machesky from Dept of Biochemistry, Dr Jenny Molloy, Dept of...


Read more at: Open-Source Lab Automation Workshop Announced
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Open-Source Lab Automation Workshop Announced

4 November 2022

The Engineering Biology IRC is pleased to announce the date for the Open-Source Lab Automation Workshop. The workshop will take place in one session from 1:15-5:30pm on 24th November and will include hands-on sessions. This workshop has the objective to introduce automation to wet-lab researchers interested in implementing...


Read more at: Exploring key tools for the future of engineering biology and biotechnology: Engineering Biology Forums 2022

Exploring key tools for the future of engineering biology and biotechnology: Engineering Biology Forums 2022

4 October 2022

The University of Cambridge Engineering Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre is pleased to announce the Autumn 2022 Engineering Biology Forums. Join us for a series of events exploring key tools for the future of engineering biology and biotechnology. Events will be held at the Old Divinity School, St. John’s, 5-9pm...


Read more at: We're recruiting! Coordinator & Events Manager (Maternity cover)
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We're recruiting! Coordinator & Events Manager (Maternity cover)

15 September 2022

The Cambridge Engineering Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre are seeking an enthusiastic Coordinator and Events Manager (Maternity Cover) to help organise, manage and deliver our activities, focussed around engineering biology, synthetic biology, bioinnovation, biotechnology, bioethics and open technologies.


Read more at: Biodesign Sprint 2022 Applications Open
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Biodesign Sprint 2022 Applications Open

2 September 2022

For the 2022 Biodesign Sprint, BDC invites students, scientists, engineers, artists, designers and hobbyists to explore new uses for biotechnology in developing food systems that also support the health of the environment.


Read more at: Highlights from Open Cambridge 9th - 18th September 2022
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Highlights from Open Cambridge 9th - 18th September 2022

2 September 2022

Celebrating invention and innovation, exploring the boundaries of art, modern medicine and the natural world and diving into the life of a scientist - the Engineering Biology IRC highlights a selection of exciting events from Open Cambridge 2022.


Read more at: Join us at the next Cambridge Festival 17 March – 2 April 2023!

Join us at the next Cambridge Festival 17 March – 2 April 2023!

25 August 2022

The Engineering Biology IRC is now welcoming ideas and applications for festival events showcasing interdisciplinary research at the intersections of biology, engineering, computer science, design and bioethics.


Read more at: EngBio Postdoc Fund Winners Announced

EngBio Postdoc Fund Winners Announced

9 August 2022

The winners have now been announced for this year's EngBio Postdoc Fund. Learn more about the four interdisciplinary projects that will be taking place over the next few months and the postdocs spearheading them.


Read more at: Cafe Synthetique Returns!
Cafe Synthetique | 1st Monday of the Month 6-8pm | Panton Arms | informal talks, discussion & networking, pub snacks & drinks | bit.ly/cafe-synthetique

Cafe Synthetique Returns!

8 August 2022

Back by popular demand, Cafe Synthetique will return from September 2022! Join us on the first Monday of each month for informal talks, discussion, drinks and snacks and to catch up with engineering biology news and projects from across the Cambridge community.


Read more at: Building Low-Cost Custom Hardware? Biomaker Stage 2 Kits Now Available
Biomaker Stage 2: Expansion Pack

Building Low-Cost Custom Hardware? Biomaker Stage 2 Kits Now Available

19 July 2022

Tried out the No-Code Programming for Biology beginner's kit and wondering what's next? Interested in building your own custom, low-cost hardware for biology research? Our Biomaker Stage 2 kits are now available - including a TotemMaker Chassis kit to build your protypes on, and an extention pack of useful sensors for environmental monitoring.