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Read more at: SynBio or EngBio? The Future of Synthetic and Engineering Biology at Cambridge

SynBio or EngBio? The Future of Synthetic and Engineering Biology at Cambridge

29 April 2022

The Synthetic Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre (SynBio IRC) has recently undertaken a name change to the Engineering Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre (EngBio IRC). This decicion has been made to better reflect the board range of research, ideas and activities undertaken by the IRC and its members, and to...

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Gathering for Open Science Hardware (GOSH)

Gathering for Open Science Hardware Collaborative Development Program: Apply Now!

18 February 2022

Grants of up to $12.2k for groups working on existing or new open science hardware projects, with the aim of building collaboration with industry experts, groups, and organisations.

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 The Cambridge University Synthetic Biology Society 2021 Michaelmas Keynote with Matthew R. Bennett

The Cambridge University Synthetic Biology Society 2021 Michaelmas Keynote Announced

9 December 2021

The Cambridge University Synthetic Biology Society Michaelmas Keynote this year will be delivered, over Zoom, by Professor Matthew Bennett (Departments of Biosciences & Bioengineering, Rice University) at 6 PM GMT on Monday 13th December.

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Read more at: Applications Now Open for Biomaker Challenge 2021

Applications Now Open for Biomaker Challenge 2021

2 November 2021

The Biomaker Challenge is an opportunity to work with an interdisciplinary team to identify and solve lab or field challenges, learn to use code-free programming for hardware and user interface development, develop biological applications, scientific instruments and real-world tools, or develop new ideas. The 2021 Winter Challenge will support projects exploring plants, soil and the environment.

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Read more at: Celebrating Interdisciplinary Research at Cambridge  

Celebrating Interdisciplinary Research at Cambridge  

5 October 2021

Cambridge University video highlights importance of interdisciplinary research.

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Biomaker Challenge Final Showcase | 19th Oct | 17:00-18:30

Biomaker Challenge 2020/21 Final Showcase Announced

16 September 2021

Hear from the Biomaker Challenge 2020 finalists and find out more about their low-cost, open-source biological hardware projects.

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Read more at: New Biodesign Sprint Competition Announced

New Biodesign Sprint Competition Announced

13 September 2021

The team at Biodesign Challenge, in collaboration with Google are please to announce the first ever Biodesign Sprint, giving participants the opportunity to reimagine the future of biotech in industry

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Explore Hidden Cambridge with the 2021 Open Cambridge Festival

16 August 2021

Join researchers from across the University and beyond to discover the hidden past and present of Cambridge. Part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme. From the 10 th -19 th September 2021 you can take a peek inside research labs and explore the history of science and technology in Cambridge.

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Read more at: Horizon Europe: Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture & Environment and Health

Horizon Europe: Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture & Environment and Health

9 July 2021

Catch-up on the latest news from Horizon Europe, including an overview of their priorities in the areas of food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture & environment and health.

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Read more at: Explore a new approach to biology and technology at Makespace

Explore a new approach to biology and technology at Makespace

9 July 2021

Learn more about Cambridge Makespace's biology lab: Biomakespace. Space and resources available for individuals, entrepreneurs and start-ups.

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