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Synthetic biology: host-construct interactions

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Join us for an exciting talk by Dr Francesca Ceroni who has been a judge and a winning supervisor of the world renowned iGEM competition.

Her research now focuses on bacterial and mammalian synthetic biology with a view towards biomedical applications. She will be discussing how context plays its role in synthetic biology when understanding and characterising host-construct interactions.

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