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* New grant from the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) as part of the new Semiconductor Synthetic Biology program (SSB): [https://www.ee.washington.edu/news/2013/UWEE_grant_from_SRC_SSB.html finite state machines in living cells].
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* New NSF grant with Georg Seelig on [http://www.ee.washington.edu/news/2013/klavins_seelig_NSF_award_molecular_programming.html Molecular Programming], in a big project led by Erik Winfree at Caltech. (9/2013)
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* UW's Center for Synthetic Biology gets a [http://depts.washington.edu/uwcsb/ new look]. (9/2013)
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* Eric speaks at the [http://www.ee.washington.edu/documents/QASC_sign_Aug13_1pg.pdf Queen Anne Science Cafe]. (8/2013)
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* The Klavins Lab bids farewell to Rob Egbert, who is now a postdoc in Adam Arkin's lab at UC Berkeley. (7/2013)
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* Congratulations to Kyle Havens who is now at [http://www.pregenen.com/ Pregenen]. (7/2013)
* Undergraduate student David Zong wins a Mary Gates Scholarship! Congratulations David!! (3/2013)
* Undergraduate student David Zong wins a Mary Gates Scholarship! Congratulations David!! (3/2013)
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* The second annual [http://homes.cs.washington.edu/~seelig/synthbio/ UW Workshop on Synthetic Biology] is on Monday, Jan 21, 2013.
 
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* Check out the latest [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0ykJZhcOwI&feature=plcp gro simulation with 84,000 cells]! (9/2012)
 
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* New paper in PNAS: [http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/08/21/1205693109.abstract Fine-tuning gene networks using simple sequence repeats]! Read also the [http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/09/27/1214118109.full.pdf+html commentary] by Prindle and Hasty. The paper is highlighted on [http://www.genomeweb.com/blog/week-pnas-180 GenomeWeb] too! (8/2012)
 
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* Sonia Singhal (Kerr Lab) and Rob Egbert made a cool movie of E. coli exposed to a burst of ampicillin in our ONIX system. The CellAsic company has put it on their web page [http://www.cellasic.com/ONIX_bacteria.html#Movies here]. Click on "Antibiotic Burst". Poor little cells. (8/2012)
 
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* New paper: [http://www.plantphysiol.org/content/160/1/135.abstract A synthetic approach reveals extensive tunability of auxin signaling]. (7/2012)
 
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Revision as of 02:45, 11 February 2014

Note: New webpage at klavinslab.org. Please update your links.

frontpage.jpg

  News

  • New grant from the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) as part of the new Semiconductor Synthetic Biology program (SSB): finite state machines in living cells.
  • New NSF grant with Georg Seelig on Molecular Programming, in a big project led by Erik Winfree at Caltech. (9/2013)
  • UW's Center for Synthetic Biology gets a new look. (9/2013)
  • Eric speaks at the Queen Anne Science Cafe. (8/2013)
  • The Klavins Lab bids farewell to Rob Egbert, who is now a postdoc in Adam Arkin's lab at UC Berkeley. (7/2013)
  • Congratulations to Kyle Havens who is now at Pregenen. (7/2013)
  • Undergraduate student David Zong wins a Mary Gates Scholarship! Congratulations David!! (3/2013)
  • Old News

Keywords: Control; Synthetic Biology; Robotics; Verification; Engineering; Self Assembly; Feedback.