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This meetup group lists SoundBio's ongoing community projects. Our workshops, open to anyone, are now listed on our website (https://sound.bio/workshops)!

SoundBio (http://www.sound.bio) is a non-profit community biotechnology lab to learn, research and innovate.

Your first Community Project meeting is free but if you intend on becoming a regular project member, you'll need to become a paying member (https://sound.bio/membership-details) of our community, starting at $10 per month.

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Upcoming events (5+)

Dirt Life

SoundBio Lab

DirtLife is currently in the process of conducting literature research to develop a project based around microbial biodiversity in order to serve the interests of Seattle area urban farmers. Each week we read and discuss a research article, and will do so until Feb 2020. New members are welcome, but if you choose to stay regular attendance (80% of weeks) is requested. No prior experience or knowledge is expected. Contact project leader Orlando de Lange ([masked]) if you have questions.

BioModeling Group: Programming and Modeling a Cell

This is a new community group project focusing on synthetic biology and gene network modeling. We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through: 1. simulating gene regulatory networks in a program (in silico) 2. gathering experimental data of the same gene network inserted into bacteria (in vivo) Our objective is to first tinker and see if the regulation we see matches what we saw on the computer. Later on, we hope to validate previous experiments and possibly even improve them. Our current tentative name is the BioModeling Group. We meet about every two weeks on Thursday, 6:30-7:30, at SoundBio Lab. We are still at a super-early planning phase. We are looking for more members to help us get started. Any and all, we would love to have you on the team! We only require curiosity and interest! SoundBio Lab Tinkerer Membership or above is required to attend after your first meeting. Header image by Laura Symul (http://www.illustratedscience.net/)

Dirt Life

SoundBio Lab

DirtLife is currently in the process of conducting literature research to develop a project based around microbial biodiversity in order to serve the interests of Seattle area urban farmers. Each week we read and discuss a research article, and will do so until Feb 2020. New members are welcome, but if you choose to stay regular attendance (80% of weeks) is requested. No prior experience or knowledge is expected. Contact project leader Orlando de Lange ([masked]) if you have questions.

Dirt Life

SoundBio Lab

DirtLife is currently in the process of conducting literature research to develop a project based around microbial biodiversity in order to serve the interests of Seattle area urban farmers. Each week we read and discuss a research article, and will do so until Feb 2020. New members are welcome, but if you choose to stay regular attendance (80% of weeks) is requested. No prior experience or knowledge is expected. Contact project leader Orlando de Lange ([masked]) if you have questions.

Past events (159)

Dirt Life

SoundBio Lab

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