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  Synthetic Biology: Machine or Life?

Howard Boland, 'Fermination', 2011 -

Howard Boland (C-LAB) is participating in this year's iGEM competition as part of the UCL team. In the upcoming event on Art, Society and Synthetic Biology at the DANA center, the UCL iGEM team are taking on critical questions in synthetic biology.

Image by Howard Boland
Image: Howard Boland

Synthetic biology
aims to engineer life to make it do what we want. But is engineering a life form like tinkering with a machine? What will this emerging technology look like in the future?

Join University College London students entering this year’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition for an evening of artworks, films and discussion.

Synthetic biology can make us think about living things in new ways. Come to the Dana Centre to explore how artists and scientists are shaping this exciting new field.

Part of the London Science Festival

Event organised by: University College London iGEM team

Dana Centre  university college London London Science FestivaliGEM
Other References: UCL iGEM 2011
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