"Tools and Services for Synthetic Biology" Consortium-building Workshops, September 2013

The slides from the consortia building workshops for the Technology Strategy Board(now known as Innovate UK) competition entitled 'Tools and Services for Synthetic Biology' are available in 3 slide decks (links provided below). 
 
Full delegate lists for both the Manchester and Cardiff events are also available, which include details of the skills and capabilities that delegates have to offer and are seeking in collaborative partners. This is a great place to start if you are looking for project partners with a particular skill set. You must be a signed-in member of the Synthetic Biology Special Interest Group on _connect to view these files. Registration is easy: visit the SynBio SIG home page and  click 'Register' at the top right hand corner of the page. If you are already a member of the group but can't see the files, don't forget to sign-in at the top right hand corner of the page.
 
 
- James Brown, Synthetic Biology Special Interest Group Introduction
- Belinda Clarke, Technology Strategy Board Competition Overview
- Amy Tayler, Synthetic Biology Special Interest Group What makes a good proposal?
 
 
- Nigel Scrutton, Manchester Institute of Biotechnology - IB expertise in Synthetic Biology for Sustainable Chemicals and Natural Products Production
- Alison Frew, Ingenza - Ingenza's 'abilities' in Synthetic Biology
- Victor Dillard, Desktop Genetics - Automatic Cloning with AutoClone - The DNA Research Engine
- Marshall Stark, University of Glasgow Recombinases for DNA rearrangements in Synthetic Biology
- Colin Harwood, Newcastle University Exploiting the Bacillus chassis
- Gary Black, Northumbria University - Optimum enzyme selection for metabolic pathway construction
- Baojun Wang, The University of Edinburgh - Excel with Edinburgh: Synthetic Biology
- Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Loughborough University EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine An introduction to the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine
- Michael Roberts, Synpromics Synthetic Promoters: Custom-Designed Gene Regulation
 
 
- Andy Ellis, Biocatalysts Ltd  - Rapid and cost-effective novel enzyme development
- David Barrow, Cardiff University (ENGIN)  - Multiphase microfluidics and capsule formation
- Dafydd Jones, Cardiff University  - Biology and beyond: engineering proteins for natural and non-natural contexts
- Simon Cooper, Welsh Government  - Welsh Goverment Support
- Liz Fletcher, Centre for Synthetic and Systems Biology, University of Edinburgh Synthetic Biology at the University of Edinburgh
- Tim Dafforn, University of Birmingham We have novel bionanoparticles, we need applications
- Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Loughborough University EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine An introduction to the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine
- Paola Borri, Cardiff University Developing novel biophotonics technologies at Cardiff University
- Edward Green, Green Biologics Advanced Frementation Technology for Biobutanol
- Jonathan Mullins, Moleculomics Ltd Multi-genome platforms for protein engineering
- Paul Race, University of Bristol Synthetic biology capabilities and partnering opportunities at the University of Bristol
- Tim Overton, Univeristy of Birmingham Engineered biofilms for IB
- Emma Laing, University of Surrey Pitch
- Oliver Castell, University of Cardiff Pitch
- Thomas Howard, University of Exteter Pitch
 

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