OpenPlant ERASynBio Summer School: Introduction to Synthetic Biology in plant systems, 14th - 20th September 2014, John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK
The OpenPlant consortia (John Innes Centre and University of Cambridge) and the Synthetic Biology ERA-NET (ERASynBio) are pleased to invite applications from students and early career postdoctoral researchers to attend an advanced summer school on synthetic biology in complex systems.
Training will be provided in: DNA assembly, genome editing, metabolic engineering, transformation, new plant systems, genomic resources, software modelling, instrumentation, biotechnology and social impact. Lectures will be provided by leading synthetic biology researchers. Further information will be made available soon shortly on the websites of ERASynBio (www.erasynbio.eu) and OpenPlant (www.openplant.org).
Training, travel and subsistence costs will be paid for by ERASynBio. 20 places are available for this exciting training opportunity. To apply for a place, please complete the attached application form. This needs to be returned (along with a recent CV) to:firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is 4pm, 30 June 2014. Places will be allocated after assessment by synthetic biology researchers and ERASynBio representatives. Download application
If you require further information please contact Dr Andy Boyce at: email@example.com