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[http://www.sppi-net.org/links.php University of Durham - 'SPPI-NET: a network for synthetic plant products for industry']
 
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[http://oasis.bbsrc.ac.uk/netans-bin/gate.exe?f=doc&state=3c11m5.1.4 University of Sheffield - 'MATEs - Microbial Applications to Tissue Engineering: An Exemplar of Synthetic Biology']
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[http://oasis.bbsrc.ac.uk/netans-bin/gate.exe?f=doc&state=3c11m5.1.7 University of Edinburgh - 'Standards for the Design and Engineering of Modular Biological Devices']

Revision as of 06:07, 6 September 2009

Network Resources

RoSBlogos.jpg

RoSBNet Flier for distribution.pdf

RoSBNet Flier A5

RoSBNet Poster for Community Awareness.pdf


Synthetic biology resources

BBSRC Synthetic Biology Brochure.pdf

IET Systems and Synthetic Biology Network

New directions in genomics: Philosophical considerations in synthetic biology

SYNBIOSAFE: Safety and Ethical Aspects of Synthetic Biology

Other European Synthetic Biology Projects

MIT: Registry of Standard Biological Parts

The International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition (iGEM)

The BioBricks Foundation

OpenWetWare


Links to other Synthetic Biology Networks

Synthetic Biology in Cambridge

Synbion: The UCL Network in Synthetic Biology

University of Bristol - 'Synthetic components network: towards synthetic biology from the bottom up'

University of Nottingham - 'SynBioNT: a synthetic biology network for modelling and programming cell-chell interactions'

University of Durham - 'SPPI-NET: a network for synthetic plant products for industry'

University of Sheffield - 'MATEs - Microbial Applications to Tissue Engineering: An Exemplar of Synthetic Biology'

University of Edinburgh - 'Standards for the Design and Engineering of Modular Biological Devices'