Birger Lindberg Møller is involved in a new research project sequencing the Amazon. The research team from Denmark and Brazil has a mission: Tapping into the scientific, biotechnological, and medical potential of the plant biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest plants and to discover, preserve and utilize their biological value before it’s too late.
Watch beautiful video of the researchers' expedition to the rainforest.
AURATOR A research project about the social sides of synthetic biology created by Britt Wray, synbio PhD student with Maja Horst. Explore the website and listen to the audio dairies of a natural scientist, a social scientist, an artist, a biohacker, an entrepreneur, a watchdog, and a bioethicist who have worked extensively in the field of synthetic biology.
SYNBIOSYS SYNthetic BIOlogy: From pro- to eukaryotic SYStems
CPSC Summer school 21-25 August 2017, 4 ECTS points. The course will aim at a well-rounded presentation of synthetic biology from both invited lecturers and synbio center scientists.
New book about hackerspaces and the DIY-bio movement authored by synbio researcher Associate professor, Sarah Davies from Department of Media, Cognition and Communication
Share your beautiful data - A science visualization contest. Associate professor Karen Martinez from the NanoScience center is behind the initiative. Enter your science pics between Feb 1 - June 1.
Direct assessment of substrate binding to the Neurotransmitter:Sodium Symporter LeuT by solid state NMR.
S. Erlendsson, K. Gotfryd, F.H. Larsen, J.S. Mortensen, M.A. Geiger, B.J. van Rossum, H. Oschkinat, U. Gether, K. Teilum, C.J. Loland. Elife (2017) 24;6
Conformationally preorganized diastereomeric norbornane-based maltosides (NBMs) for membrane protein study: Implications of detergent kink for micellar properties
M. Das, Y. Du, O. Ribeiro, P. Hariharan, J. Mortensen, D. Patra, G. Skiniotis, C.J. Loland, L. Guan, B. Kobilka, B. Byrne, P.S. Chae. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
Influence of diurnal photosynthetic activity on the morphology, structure, and thermal properties of normal and waxy barley starch
A. Goldstein, G. Annor, V. Vamadevan, I. Tetlow, J.J.K. Kirkensgaard, K. Mortensen, A. Blennow, K.H. Hebelstrup, E. Bertoft. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (2017) 98:188–200
April 4-6, 2017
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