The Synthetic Biology Special Interest Group (SynBio-SIG) has been set up to help partner the UK's research-base expertise in synthetic biology with relevant industrial communities.

The aim is to ensure the translation and development of the UK's world-leading synthetic biology research into commercial applications. 

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April edition of the SynBio SIG newsletter now available

The April edition of the SynBio SIG newsletter , packed with interesting news updates, forthcoming events, and funding & competitions, is available now. You can view the newsletter...

Creating an Environment to Support Investment and Innovation in Synthetic Biology

The UK and US are each leaders in enabling and realising the potential economic benefits of synthetic biology.  In October 2014, the UK Synthetic Biology Leadership Council (SBLC) and the...

Upcoming events

Wed 04 Nov 2015

SynBioBeta San Francisco

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The next SynBioBeta San Francisco conference will take place on 4-6 November 2015. Further...

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Tue 20 Oct 2015

2nd Synthetic Biology Congress

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The 2nd Synthetic Biology Congress 2015 will be held on 19th-20th October 2015 in London, UK. ...

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Sun 09 Aug 2015

Transgenic Animal Research Conference

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This is the 10th international meeting hosted by UC Davis to bring together representatives from...

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Latest news

Lean LaunchPad - helping to take synthetic biology from lab bench to market

An interesting article on the Imperial College London website outlines the success of the...

Efficient synthetic biology methods to genetically engineer microalgae

Scientists from the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), Scripps Institution of Oceanography at...

April edition of the SynBio SIG newsletter now available

The April edition of the SynBio SIG newsletter , packed with interesting news updates,...

Industry, Academics, SMEs....
 


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Communicating the Bioeconomy

Communicating the bioeconomy' – a series of infographics prepared by the three UK Bioscience Leadership Councils (IBLF, ATLC, SBLC). Further information on these infographics is available on request via bioeconomy@bbsrc.ac.uk.

Opportunities

Johns Hopkins University launches an online course on SynBio, bioethics and public policy

About the Course Synbio is a diverse field with diverse applications, and the different...

Job opportunities at Biosyntha

BioSyntha is an industrial biotechnology company developing novel bio-routes for the...

Chain Biotech seeks microbial strain development scientists

MICROBIAL STRAIN DEVELOPMENT SCIENTIST – Imperial College, London CHAIN  Biotech...

Round 3 of the Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst now open - new eligibility rules and moderation process!

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), Innovate UK and...

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