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Café Synthetique - Easter Term 2015

last modified Apr 07, 2015 05:17 PM
The new programme of talks for Café Synthetique is available!

Café Synthetique is an informal monthly discussion group for synthetic biology and open technologies in Cambridge, meeting on the third Monday of the month at the Panton Arms, 43 Panton Street, from 18:00-20:00.

Please join our meetup group to see the full list of meetings and RSVP.

Download Poster (PDF, 1.3 MB)


Monday 20 April

"Harnessing Medicines from Plants"
Sarah O'Connor and Stephanie Brown (John Innes Centre, Norwich)

"Synthetic biology across scales - from macromolecules to multicellular systems"
Pakpoom Subsoontorn (University of Cambridge)

Monday 18 May

"DIYBio & Synthetic Biology"
Ilya levanti (London biohackspace)

"Content Mining for Synthetic Biology"
Peter Murray-Rust (ContentMine and University of Cambridge)

Monday 15 June

"Lab on the cheap: 3D printed microscopes, translation stages and more"
Richard Bowman (University of Cambridge)

“Uncovering Epistasis via Synthetic Breeding”
Paul ÓMáille (John Innes Centre, Norwich)


For more information or to volunteer as a speaker for a future event please email the organisers via the meetup site or contact Jenny Molloy on

Café Synthetique - Easter Term 2015 (JPEG)





The Synthetic Biology Strategic Research Initiative provides a hub for anyone interested in Synthetic Biology at the University of Cambridge, as well as commercial partners and external collaborators.