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GSP13 Biotech Track Introduction

People, Lectures, Workshops, Access to Labs. Fro Singularity University,
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Raymond McCauley

on 28 July 2018

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Transcript of GSP13 Biotech Track Introduction

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Biotechnology
& Bioinformatics
Phase 1
Lectures
Special Events
Easiest Job...
Introductions
Thank You
Hackerspace for Biotech
Opportunities to experiment, network
Core Workshop
"Bottom Up Biotech"
or
Ethics of Genetic Engineering
Hands-On Labs
DNA Sequencing &
Genetic Engineering 101
Bioinformatics Analysis
Raymond McCauley
raymond@singularityu.org
@raymondmccauley
+1-650-776-4561

Brandeis University, Neurology
Startup veteran, Circl
Certified Emergency Medical Technician
Teaching Fellow
Track Chair
Raymond McCauley
raymond@raymondmccauley.net
@raymondmccauley
+1-650-776-4561
Nick Barry
nick.barry@singularityu.org
+1-617-571-7545
Startups in DNA sequencing, systems biology, genetic medicine
Graduate studies in electrical engineering, computer science, biophysics, biochemistry, bioinformatics
Founder, Exponential Biosciences
Co-Founder, Chief Architect, BioCurious
Biotechnology & Bioinformatics
Nick Barry
nick.barry@singularityu.org
+1-617-571-7545

DNA Origami &
Molecular Computing
Personal Genomics
+
Explore genetics, privacy, ethics
You
Genomics
Pharma
Synthetic
Biology
Genetic
Engineering
Bioinformatics
Medical Devices
Protein
Structure
DNA Origami
Human
Enhancement
Garage
Biology
Molecular
Machinery
Need an Idea? Nick's List
Build a Backyard Brains kit
Make stem cells
Bioprint bacteria
Build a 3D bioprinter
Transcranial direct current stimulation
Directed evolution of synthetic proteins
DNA Origami
ZFPs, TALENs, CRISPRs
Real neural networks
etc.

Work
in the Lab
Tuesday Nights
at BioCurious
Independent
Work
If you take
lab orientation class...
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