September 18, 2020

The iGEM 2018 interlab article is published today in Nature Communications Biology! This article, which I wrote about last October when we posted on bioRxiv, presents a cheap and easy protocol for estimating cell count and per-cell fluorescence on plate readers. This i...

February 16, 2020

The package now comes with multiple releases (Version at start of reporting period: 7.3.0; Current version: 8.2.1). Improvements include calibration of particle size measurements, user-driven improvements of the interface, and an option to processing CSV data and synth...

February 15, 2020

Genome-scale engineering holds great potential to impact science, industry, medicine, and society, and recent improvements in DNA synthesis have enabled the manipulation of megabase genomes. However, coordinating and integrating the workflows and large teams necessary...

February 15, 2020

3DμF is an interactive tool for designing continuous flow microfluidic devices. It is the first completely open source interactive microfluidic system designer that readily supports state of the art design automation algorithms. It can be used to reproduce designs from...

February 15, 2020

Development and dissemination of calibration protocols in iGEM, involving hundreds of teams of high-school and undergraduate students. Involved approximately 250 teams of high-school and undergraduate students worldwide in the iGEM 2018 interlaboratory study. This stud...

February 15, 2020

The Khalil lab’s eVOLVER system is built on open-source principles to promote wide adoption by the scientific community, to serve as a standardized platform for sharing experimental protocols and data, and to promote transparency, rigor and reproducibility in science.


February 15, 2020

The results of the synthetic chromatin-based memory system have been published in the journal Cell: “Engineering Epigenetic Regulation using Synthetic Read-Write Modules” (see Products). All data, protocols, and materials described in the Cell paper are available to th...

May 18, 2019

The Wong lab and Dr. Jake Beal have constructed a library >20 orthogonal inducible split recombinases that can be activated by small molecules, light, and temperature in mammalian cells and mice.  Using the library of inducible recombinase, they create a genetic switch...

May 13, 2019

The International Gene Synthesis Consortium (IGSC) is a network of the world’s leading 

Biofoundries launched to drive forward synthetic biology research and industry. The DAMP lab has become a provisional memb...

May 10, 2019

Fluorescent tagging system can expedite the process of designing genes and personalizing medicine.

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