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SynBio Forum - Practical Technologies: Low Cost Microsocpes

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Join us for a new series of workshops exploring technologies at the interface of biology, engineering, academia and industry. This series will provide practical advice on how to make the most of the latest biological technologies, and how research can be applied in commercial and non-profit environments.


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The SynBio IRC is pleased to announce a new series of workshops providing practical advice for researchers interested in exploring the latest biological technologies. The workshops will explore how novel technologies can be used to drive research with real-world applications. Sessions will look at both the development of technology and it’s transfer into the public realm via both commericialisation and non-profit companies and initiatives.

The workshops will feature speakers from academia, industry and the non-profit sector, giving insite into the whole lifecycle of application-driven technologies, from ideas and develeopment to being used by consumers. The sessions will showcase different methods used to deliver research outcomes, including spin-outs, non-profit companies and open-access projects

Workshops will be held monthly, Tuesday 3-4:30pm

29th Jun: Open Tools for Bioproduction

27th Jul: Low-Cost Microscopes

31st Aug: Open Technology Frameworks

28th Sep: Accessible Automation

26th Oct: Soft Robotics

30th Nov: Novel Sensors

14th Dec: Next-Generation Scanning Microscopes

This talk is part of the Engineering Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre series.

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