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DIYbio Toronto Message Board › Synbiota Beta is LIVE!

Synbiota Beta is LIVE!

Connor D.
user 13460727
Portland, OR
Post #: 7
Hey Everyone!

I've been working for the past 2 years with some other members of DIYBio.TO and some folks at Mozilla to create what we're calling "BioLab in Every Browser" - It's everything you need to do Synthetic Biology research and development.

It's in beta, it's free and you can use it now at http://synbiota.ca. We've not yet had the big announcement - but I wanted to let you guys in on the action before everyone else.

You can use Synbiota to join existing projects or start your own (like GitHub), you can use GENtle to edit DNA, and you can use the network of people to bounce ideas and collaborate.

I hope that this will be a valuable resource for DIYBio.TO and I am counting on the group to send me feedback so that it can be as useful as possible.

Fun and silly project example: I recently posted a project where I was able to edit the DNA of fruit using fruit, GENtle and a MaKey MaKey... Just for fun, but I do think this was the first time we've been able to engineer fruit at the molecular level using fruit. Who knows, the FUI (Fruit User Interface) could be the future of bioengineering! ;-)

Check it out here: https://synbiota.ca/projects/112­
Read about it here: http://blog.synbiota.ca/index.php/2013/06/24/justin-and-connor-demo-at-oreillygoogle-scifoo/­


Thanks!

Connor
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