From basic feed forward loops to the repressilator, the principles of circuit design guide
both natural and synthetic gene expression in bacteria. Much of our basic understand of genetic control systems is borrowed from our expertise in designing and fabricating mechanical and electrical parts. But how do we standardize a circuit board as complex as a genome, what tools do we use and how do we implement them? Join us as HiveBio bridges the gap between in silico and in vivo, discussing how citizens, students, and scientists guide the development of standardized genetic circuits.
Be part of the discussion on Wednesday, 18th May at Ada’s Technical Books (425 15th Ave E on the Hill)