Industrial engineering is difficult enough. Now imagine the challenges of bio-engineering, where your factories are living cells, with all of the thousands upon millions of interacting factors involved. How do you keep track of everything? How can you determine whether the changes you want to make will improve yield, or…
Course: Quick Start Introduction To Synthetic Biology – Oct. 21st & Nov. 16th – Register Today!
Introduction to Synthetic Biology is a new course conceptualized and written by Dr. Josh Gilmore and Dr. John Cumbers. The course provides an interactive class for teaching synthetic biology to non-experts. The course is written for tech-professionals in other fields such as computer science, to learn about the growing power of biology to perform useful tasks and make high value products from drugs to spiders silk. We focus on analyzing the similarities and differences in our fields of study to make these lessons accessible, inspirational, and memorable.
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