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Richard Badge
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Getting the blog ready for a class...

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Back by popular demand,@BBASH_UOL are running their  RNA-seq workshop again (15th/16th Sep) Open to all! http://tinyurl.com/m7kmlug

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Keeping the New Year's resolution simple: Will read all of Neal Stephenson's output in 2013... Always fast moving, thought provoking and ultimately uplifting (in my humble opinion!)
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Nearly there...

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The University of Leicester iGEM team's Rockethub crowd-funding project is now running...
http://www.rockethub.com/projects/9444-bacteria-taking-on-polystyrene-can-we-do-it
The site features a video of the students talking about their project, and  they really have put their heart and souls into the rewards (t-shirts, hoodies, key rings, videos and papercraft models...) so it would be great to get some funding for them.... anyone?

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Really excited to have a chance to remotely attend this meetup of the UK's iGEM teams! For the first year University of Leicester are entering the competition to see what the UK Synthetic Biology skills can achieve...
Hangout with the UK iGEM Synthetic Biology Teams
Synthetic Biology is a rapidly growing scientific field in which living organisms and systems are bespoke engineered to create novel materials, fuels, medicines and bio-computational systems. The internationally genetically engineered machines (iGEM) competition, organised by MIT, USA is the world's largest Synthetic Biology competition. The competition was created to inspire interdisciplinary research teams to
create the biological and software technologies needed to develop this rapidly growing field.
Join us as we hangout at Google Campus for a day of inspiring presentations, which celebrate the innovative ideas that are emerging from the UK’s premier Synthetic Biology research groups. Our hangout will be broadcast through Google+ Events and Google Hangouts.
Google Campus residents and visitors are welcome to attend this FREE event.
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