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Waiting for data is the scariest part

August 30, 2016

Two years ago, in partnership with the iGEM foundation and some excellent colleagues, I ran the largest inter-laboratory study ever conducted in synthetic biology, in which forty-five teams participating to create an international baseline on fluorescent measurement, synthetic biology’s favorite debugging and reporting tool. Last year, we ran the world’s largest synthetic biology inter-laboratory study, in which eighty-five teams contributed to help figure out that the calls were coming from inside the house the most critical source of error in measuring fluorescence is problems using instruments and handling data.



Read Beal’s full blog post here.


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