[Synthetic Biology] PhD summer course on synthetic biology in Copenhagen

Lene Rasmussen lras at plen.ku.dk
Tue May 5 05:04:55 PDT 2015

Dear all,

On 24-28 August Copenhagen Plant Science Centre organizes a PhD summer course on Synthetic Biology: From pro- to eukaryotic systems (SYNBIOSYS). The course topics range from defining synthetic biology over available genetic tools and regulatory modules to engineering of organisms for commercial applications.
Teachers include:

·        Prof. Andreas Weber from the Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf.

·        Prof. Neil Hunter, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield.

·        Postdoc Andrew Hitchcock, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of Sheffield.

·        Managing Director, CSO Jørgen Hansen, from the Danish company Evolva.

  *   Postdoc Jesús Fernández-Rodríguez, Dept. of Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  *   And a number of teachers from Copenhagen Plant Science Centre.
You can read more about the course and how to register at: http://cpsc.ku.dk/calendar/2015/summer-school-2015/
Best regards,
Lene Rasmussen

Lene Rasmussen
Center coordinator at Copenhagen Plant Science Centre

Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences
University of Copenhagen
Thorvaldsensvej 40, DK-1871 Frederiksberg C

DIR +45 35333779
MOB +45 30449952
lras at plen.ku.dk<mailto:lras at plen.ku.dk>

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