Michael Wierzbicki is leading our Putting Engineering into Biology 5-day course, where he will guide you on using synthetic biology to prove that bacteria doesn't have to smell horrible. This workshop will engineer bacteria to produce a banana-like scent! Isn't that cute?
Well its more than just cute. The scent
Putting Engineering into Biology: Making Fine Smelling Bacteria May 16, 23, 30, June 6 and 13, 9am - 1pm
This three-part series explores the hardware, software, and tissue engineering processes currently being used for R&D at BUGSS and other labs around the world. Bioprinting Workshop 1 -Hardware (4/11 10:00-5:00, $50 non-member, $10 member) will include a survey of printing techniques and printers and will culminate in hands-on demos of some of these tools. Bioprinting Workshop 2 - Software (4/18 10:00-5:00, $50 non-member, $10 member) will explore software used for creating 3D models and experimental platforms for generating code to control 3D printers.
Workshop 3 - Bioprinting Breakout (4/25 12:00-5:00, $75 non-member, $25 member) will be a big event exploring 3D tissue engineering (cell culturing, print media, and much more) with multiple lectures and workshops lead by expert researchers in this field. Information about BioPrinting Breakout can be found at www.bioprintingbreakout.com. Each workshop can be taken individually, or you can sign up for all three for $150.
BioPrinting Workshop 1-Hardware, or the entire series, here:
BioPrinting Workshop 2 -Software here:
Workshop 3 - BioPrinting Breakout here:
Latest information: www.bioprintingbreakout.com
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