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Cafe Synthetique 'Towards Engineering Circadian Rhythm'

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Find out more about the molecular basis of circadian rhythms and how close we are to engineering them using synthetic biology.

Speakers: Lukas Mueller, Department of Plant Sciences ’Approaches to investigate the circadian system in Marchantia’

John O’Neill, MRC -LMB ’Circadian Rhythms, ‘Everything you always wanted to know about Jet Lag (but were too tired to ask)’

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Café Synthetique is the monthly meetup for the Cambridge synthetic biology community with informal talks, discussion and pub snacks

This talk is part of the Cafe Synthetique series.

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