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AIMday AI for Biotechnology

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The Portabolomics group together with the Interdisciplinary Computing and Complex Biosystems (ICOS) research group and the Centre for Synthetic Biology and the Bioeconomy (CSBB) is organising the AIMday AI for Biotechnology on 24th of June 2019 at Newcastle University to discuss specific industry challenges related to the development and adoption of AI technologies for enhanced decision making in Biotechnology.

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The 19th PEALS International Symposium, ‘The implications and impacts of a responsibility agenda for synthetic biology’

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The 19thPEALS International Symposium will take place in Newcastle University’s award winning Urban Sciences Building on September 20-21 2018.  This invitation-only event is being organised by Ken and Simon as part of their contribution to the Synthetic Portabolomics project.

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PhD studentship in Machine Learning for Synthetic Biology

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Two new PhD studentship in the group of Dr Jaume Bacardit at the School of Computing, Newcastle University, UK.

(https://portabolomics.ico2s.org/dr-jaume-bacardit/)

The PhD studentships are part of the Portabolomics project. The vision of Portabolomics (https://portabolomics.ico2s.org/) is to bring forth a breakthrough in Synthetic Biology that will enable the development of portable biocircuits across chassis (i.e.

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New publication in Biosensors and Bioelectronics – DNA origami nanorobot

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Emanuela Torellia, Marisa Manzanoa, Sachin K. Srivastavaa, Robert S. Marks

Abstract: In the quest of greater sensitivity and specificity of diagnostic systems, one continually searches for alternative DNA hybridization methods, enabling greater versatility and where possible field-enabled detection of target analytes. We present, herein, a hybrid molecular self-assembled scaffolded DNA origami entity,

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New publication in ACS Synthetic Biology – Simbiotics

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Simbiotics: a multi-scale integrative platform for 3D modeling of bacterial populations

Jonathan Naylor, Harold Fellermann, Yuchun Ding, Waleed K. Mohammed, Nicholas S. Jakubovics, Joy Mukherjee, Catherine A. Biggs, Phillip C. Wright, and Natalio Krasnogor

Abstract: Simbiotics is a spatially explicit multi-scale modeling platform for the design,

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The structure of DNA by direct imaging – Talk by Dr Monica Marini

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“The structure of DNA by direct imaging” – talk by Dr Monica Marini,

19th of May 2017, 10:00am, Claremont Tower, room 1.01, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Super-hydrophobicity is a well-known and studied phenomenon in the field of surface sciences. We reported a novel unifying approach based on micro-fabricated super-hydrophobic devices aimed to the direct imaging and structural studies of nucleic acids,

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New publication in ACS Synthetic Biology Origami

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Designing Uniquely Addressable Bio-orthogonal Synthetic Scaffolds for DNA and RNA Origami

Jerzy Kozyra, Alessandro Ceccarelli, Emanuela Torelli, Annunziata Lopiccolo, Jing-Ying Gu, Harold Fellermann, Ulrich Stimming, and Natalio Krasnogor

DOI: 10.1021/acssynbio.6b00271

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Nanotechnology and synthetic biology are rapidly converging, with DNA origami being one of the leading bridging technologies.

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Post-doctoral Position in Synthetic Biology

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Post-doctoral position in the laboratory of Dr. Heath Murray in the Centre for Bacterial Cell Biology (CBCB)

of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University, UK

(http://www.ncl.ac.uk/cbcb/staff/profile/heath.murray)

EPSRC 5-year program grant: Synthetic Portabolomics

“Leading the way at the crossroads of the Digital and the Bio-Economies”

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