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    Education: Synthetic Biology for Computer Programmers
    Submitted by John Cumbers; posted on Thursday, May 09, 2013

    June 8, 2013, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Orrick Building in San Francisco, California
    www.synb.org

    We are now accepting applications for the Synthetic Biology for Computer Programmers course. The course is the best way for "techies to learn biotech".

    The course provides a one-day interactive class for teaching synthetic biology to non-experts. The course is written for tech-professionals in other fields such as computer science, to learn about the growing power of biology to perform useful tasks and make high value products from drugs to spiders silk. We focus on analyzing the similarities and differences in our fields of study to make these lessons accessible, inspirational, and memorable.

    REGISTRATION

    Applications are competitive and only 30 seats are available, so we encourage you to apply before the deadline on June 6th. You can receive an Early Bird Discount if you apply before May 15th.

    Apply online: www.synb.org

    FOR MORE INFORMATION

    If you have any questions, please contact tricia.mischler[at]synb.org and she will be happy to answer them.

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