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On Design Strategies for Synthetic Biology that starts Today.

IMPORTANT: notice that it will take place in a different place than usual: Génopole - Salle de conférence du G2 2 rue Gaston Crémieux - 91000 ÉVRY

Attendance is open to the public and free, but registration is mandatory by contacting secr@epigenomique.genopole.fr (please use a subject including "NewSynBio Conference" to avoid the spam filter).

Organizers: Alfonso Jaramillo, François Fages and Franck Molina

NEWSYNBIO Workshop 26/27 June Design Strategies for Synthetic Biology

Thursday 26 June

15h00 Welcome by Alfonso Jaramillo

Chair: Alfonso Jaramillo (Ecole Polytechnique & Epigenomics, Genopole)

15h00 "Protein Design : Synthetic Biology at the Atomic scale" Shoshana J. Wodak, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto & Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (Canada).

16h00 "Chemical synthetic Biology". Pier Luigi Luisi, Department of Biology. University of Roma III (Italy)

17h00 "Streamlining and re-programing bacterial catalysts". Vitor dos Santos, Helmholtz Center for Infection Research, Braunschweig (Germany)

19h00 Dinner

Friday 27 June

Chair: Francois Fages (INRIA, Rocquencourt)

10h00 "Synthetic biology: from programming bacteria to programming stem cells" Ron Weiss, Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University (USA)

11h00 "Molecules as Automata" Luca Cardelli, Microsoft Research, Cambridge (UK).

12h00 Lunch

Chair: Franck Molina (CNRS SYSDIAG, Montpellier)

14h00 "Circuit design with composable parts" Joerg Stelling, Department of Biosystems Science & Engineering, ETH-Zurich (Switzerland)

15h00 : "Tools for engineering morphogenesis in plants" Jim Haseloff, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge (UK).


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