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[Illinois] GEM4 2012: Synthetic Biology

By Ron Weiss

Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA

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Abstract


Our objective is to educate researchers and graduate students about the fundamentals of cell and molecular biomechanics, and to provide an intense learning experience, and to facilitate interactions among engineers, biologists and clinicians. The goals are to help train a new generation of researchers with in-depth knowledge of mechanics and biology and to help engineers and biologists apply biomechanical approaches in biomolecular, cellular, tissue-level, animal model studies.

Bio

Ron Weiss

Biological Engineering and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Ph.D. '01 in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

Professor Weiss is a prominent and widely respected figure in the emerging field known as 'synthetic biology', with emphasis on designing molecular circuits governing cell behavior using quantitative systems modeling approaches. He is expected to help lead MIT's efforts in both synthetic biology and systems biology, and indeed to guide their integration.

(Source: http://engineering.mit.edu/live/news/489-ron-weiss/faculty/profile2010.php)

Sponsored by

MIT, NSF, GEM4, MechSE

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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • Ron Weiss (2012), "[Illinois] GEM4 2012: Synthetic Biology," http://nanohub.org/resources/14788.

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Location

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

Submitter

Charlie Newman, NanoBio Node

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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