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For iGEM 2010 we will be holding workshop on Saturday, Saturday evening, and Sunday.


SATURDAY room 32-123 room 32-141 room 32-155 room 34-101
12:50pm - 1:40pm Autodesk
1:50pm - 2:40pm Autodesk
2:50pm - 3:40pm Autodesk
7:00pm - 7:30pm FBI SynBioWorld Synthetic Aesthetics Canada teams
7:30pm - 8:00pm FBI SynBioWorld Synthetic Aesthetics Canada teams
8:00pm - 8:30pm
8:30pm - 9:00pm
SUNDAY room 32-123 room 32-141 room 32-155 room 34-101
1:30pm - 2:30pm GENEART


Autodesk will hold a series of workshops on Maya and Molecular Maya.


The FBI will hold a workshop called FBI Outreach: Promoting Responsible Research & Career Opportunities.


Next Generation DNA assembly tools:
Being the cradle of the synthetic biology era, a variety of life sciences disciplines find themselves in the need of applications that include the integrated analysis of complex pathways, the construction of new biological parts and the re-design of existing, natural biological systems. All these areas require the precise and concerted assembly of multiple DNA fragments of various sizes, including chromosomes. Current cloning approaches lack one or more of these requirements. Here we present a set of technologies that allow the seamless, simultaneous, and highly efficient assembly of genetic material, designed for a wide size dynamic range (10s to 100,000s base pairs). The assembly can be performed either in vitro or within the living cells and the DNA fragments may or may not share homology at their ends. A novel site-directed mutagenesis approach enhanced by in vitro recombineering is also presented.


A workshop about a new suite of tools for synthetic biologists, with a broader discussion about ways the internet can facilitate sharing in science.

Synthetic Aesthetics

(details will be provided soon)