As part of the Engineering Life project, we are running a series of experimental interdisciplinary workshops bringing together social scientists, biologists, engineers, policy makers, philosophers, artists, designers and others, to pursue the possibility of producing new knowledge together, across disciplinary divides.
3 June 2016, University of Edinburgh:
4 November 2016, Arizona State University:
Mapping Synthetic Biology Workflows
18 November 2016, University of Cambridge:
Genetic resources in the age of the Nagoya Protocol and gene/genome synthesis
28 November 2017, Chemical Heritage Foundation:
History of DNA synthesis and the organism: biology, chemistry, and engineering
14-15 December 2017, University of Edinburgh:
The end of synthetic biology? What futures?