Our goal is to get the University of Washington and the entire Seattle community talking, collaborating, sharing visions, and devising strategies about the future of synthetic biology and UW's role in it. Ultimately, we hope to emerge from the workshop with a clear vision and many ideas for collaborations, funding, education, and community building.
The workshop will be held at the Microsoft Research Conference Center, building 33, in Redmond, WA. The link has directions.
|8:30||Coffee / pastries|
|9:00||Introductory Remarks + Synthetic Multi-celled Behaviors
|9:20||Standardization, Measurement and Reliability in Synthetic Biology
|9:40||A MicroRNA-based Single Gene Pulse Generator
|10:00||Reprogramming Cells with Plant-derived Signaling Pathways
|11:00|| Metabolic Engineering in Methylotrophic Bacteria
|11:40||A small molecule-regulated switch for controlling intra-cellular protein function
|12:00||Lunch and Posters|
|1:40||The International Genetically Engineering Machine Competition
Ingrid Swanson Pultz
|2:00|| Synthesis and selection in yeast
|2:20|| Engineered T-cells for adoptive immunotherapy
|3:20|| New tools for genome engineering and synthetic biology
|3:40|| Technologies for Interfacing with Single Cells