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Café Synthetique: reprogramming the genome

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Café Synthetique is the monthly meetup for the Cambridge synthetic biology community with informal talks, discussion and pub snacks. This month’s theme is ‘Reprogramming the genome’. Large scale synthetic modifications are becoming possible using new molecular techniques – from precise engineering of DNA at a genomic scale to brand new chemistries reinventing the code of life.

Join us to explore these topics through informal talks and discussion – we look forward to welcoming you.

“Reprogramming the Genome” Soren Hough, Desktop Genetics

“Engineering and application of polymerases for synthetic genetics” Gillian Houlihan, MRC -LMB


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