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Update: Due to continuing expenses of having this meetup group with no updates we can provide, SoundBio Lab will now be surrendering this meetup group. We encourage anyone interested in SoundBio's public events to join our Slack server and sign up to our newsletter, where we have been advertising virtual events!
If anyone interested in taking over this meetup group, please let Yoshi know. (on slack or Yoshi [at] sound [dot] bio)

NOTE: Due to covid-19, physical SoundBio community project meetups are cancelled until further notice!

This meetup group lists SoundBio's ongoing community projects. Occassionally there will be one-off special events. 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)

BioModeling: Programming and Modeling a Cell (ONLINE)

SoundBio Lab

Currently meeting online! Join SoundBio Lab's Slack channel and ask on #biomodeling. BioModeling is a curiosity-based community group project focusing on synthetic biology and gene network modeling. Synthetic biology is an upcoming field of biotech which seeks to standardize biological parts to create complex "biological machines." We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through: 1. simulating gene regulatory networks in a dynamical simulator program called Tellurium (in silico) 2. gathering experimental data of a gene network bioengineered into bacteria (in vivo) Our objective is to tinker and see if the biological behavior we see in vivo matches what we saw on the computer. We hope to validate previous synthetic biology research experiments and possibly even improve them. We meet about every two weeks on Monday, 6:30-8:30, at SoundBio Lab. We are in biological testing phase. If you are not familiar with standard biological lab techniques like micropipetting, contact Yoshi Goto or the co-organizers after RVSPing. We’re also looking for some interested people willing to start tinkering with our in silico modeling. SoundBio Lab Tinkerer Membership or above is required to attend after your first meeting. Header image by Laura Symul (http://www.illustratedscience.net/)

BioModeling: Programming and Modeling a Cell (ONLINE)

Currently meeting online! Join SoundBio Lab's Slack channel and ask on #biomodeling. BioModeling is a curiosity-based community group project focusing on synthetic biology and gene network modeling. Synthetic biology is an upcoming field of biotech which seeks to standardize biological parts to create complex "biological machines." We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through: 1. simulating gene regulatory networks in a dynamical simulator program called Tellurium (in silico) 2. gathering experimental data of a gene network bioengineered into bacteria (in vivo) Our objective is to tinker and see if the biological behavior we see in vivo matches what we saw on the computer. We hope to validate previous synthetic biology research experiments and possibly even improve them. We meet about every two weeks on Monday, 6:30-8:30, at SoundBio Lab. We are in biological testing phase. If you are not familiar with standard biological lab techniques like micropipetting, contact Yoshi Goto or the co-organizers after RVSPing. We’re also looking for some interested people willing to start tinkering with our in silico modeling. SoundBio Lab Tinkerer Membership or above is required to attend after your first meeting. Header image by Laura Symul (http://www.illustratedscience.net/)

BioModeling: Programming and Modeling a Cell (ONLINE)

SoundBio Lab

Currently meeting online! Join SoundBio Lab's Slack channel and ask on #biomodeling. BioModeling is a curiosity-based community group project focusing on synthetic biology and gene network modeling. Synthetic biology is an upcoming field of biotech which seeks to standardize biological parts to create complex "biological machines." We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through: 1. simulating gene regulatory networks in a dynamical simulator program called Tellurium (in silico) 2. gathering experimental data of a gene network bioengineered into bacteria (in vivo) Our objective is to tinker and see if the biological behavior we see in vivo matches what we saw on the computer. We hope to validate previous synthetic biology research experiments and possibly even improve them. We meet about every two weeks on Monday, 6:30-8:30, at SoundBio Lab. We are in biological testing phase. If you are not familiar with standard biological lab techniques like micropipetting, contact Yoshi Goto or the co-organizers after RVSPing. We’re also looking for some interested people willing to start tinkering with our in silico modeling. SoundBio Lab Tinkerer Membership or above is required to attend after your first meeting. Header image by Laura Symul (http://www.illustratedscience.net/)

BioModeling: Programming and Modeling a Cell (ONLINE)

SoundBio Lab

Currently meeting online! Join SoundBio Lab's Slack channel and ask on #biomodeling. BioModeling is a curiosity-based community group project focusing on synthetic biology and gene network modeling. Synthetic biology is an upcoming field of biotech which seeks to standardize biological parts to create complex "biological machines." We want to explore the intersection between programming, biology, and network systems through: 1. simulating gene regulatory networks in a dynamical simulator program called Tellurium (in silico) 2. gathering experimental data of a gene network bioengineered into bacteria (in vivo) Our objective is to tinker and see if the biological behavior we see in vivo matches what we saw on the computer. We hope to validate previous synthetic biology research experiments and possibly even improve them. We meet about every two weeks on Monday, 6:30-8:30, at SoundBio Lab. We are in biological testing phase. If you are not familiar with standard biological lab techniques like micropipetting, contact Yoshi Goto or the co-organizers after RVSPing. We’re also looking for some interested people willing to start tinkering with our in silico modeling. SoundBio Lab Tinkerer Membership or above is required to attend after your first meeting. Header image by Laura Symul (http://www.illustratedscience.net/)

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