Des sciences citoyennes ? La question de l'amateur dans les sciences naturalistes. (Sélection d'ouvrage) Centre Max Weber. Sciences de la société UMR n° 5283 - Equipe associée au CNRS depuis 1974.
Organisation Directeur adjoint : Michel RAUTENBERG Secrétariat : Benjamin GARNIERPersonnels universitaires Université Jean MonnetClaire AUTANT-DORIER, Jérôme BEAUCHEZ, Abdelkader BELBAHRI, Dominique BELKIS, Aurélie CHENE, Gaëlle CLAVANDIER, Daniel COLSON, Loïc ETIEMBRE, Pascale PICHON, Serge PROUST, Michel RAUTENBERG, Pascal VALLET Personnels universitaires Université Lyon 2 Michel PERONI, Spyros FRANGUIADAKIS, Béatrice MAURINES, Christophe TROMBERT, Bertrand RAVON Personnels CNRS Florian CHARVOLIN, Rachid OUNISSI Doctorants : 25 Collaborations universitaires Université de Lille 1 (CLERSE, UMR CNRS), Université de Wuhan (Chine), An Institution for the Amateur Biologist. The International Genetically Engineered Machines Competition (iGEM) is opening to DIY teams next year.
It’s grown from a small experiment with 5 teams in 2004 to the largest community and conference of synthetic biologists in the world (with over 200 teams competing in 2013). I’m on the organizing committee for the new track – the “Community Labs” track – and I’m terrifically excited about the opportunity the iGEM competition provides for growing DIYbio. I was asked to make the announcement at the recent iGEM World Jamboree, and below you can read a rough transcript of what I said. But if you just want to details, here they are: DIY teams: Running an iGEM project is a big job, there’s no doubt. If you’re interested in spending six months building and designing your own biological system with synthetic biology, think about starting or joining an iGEM team in 2014. For more info, look on the email@example.com list for iGEM threads or leave comments below. Good luck! Hi everyone. NYC. About Us Genspace was founded in 2009 by a group of enthusiasts who share one thing in common: a passion for biology.
We come from different professions—artists, engineers, writers, biologists—but we all collaborate, learn and “do” biology together. Unlike traditional institutions, we see our diversity of backgrounds as our strength. It gives us our unique perspective to both teach and innovate. In the summer of 2010, we built the first-ever community laboratory, a facility where we design workshops, train students and innovate new technologies. We have a dual mission We educate about science, particularly biotechnology. We also innovate. Advisory Board The advisory board reviews all projects to recommend whether they are appropriate for a Biosafety Level One environment, adhere to NIH recombinant DNA guidelines, and minimize the use of hazardous reagents such as flammables. Founders Dr.Ellen Jorgensen Daniel Grushkin Russell Durrett Sung won Lim Treasurer: Chetan Tarelekar firstname.lastname@example.org. Turning Geek Into Chic. Biohackers. Daniel Grushkin. Daniel Grushkin. Discussions - DIYbio.
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