Monthly Archives: October 2015

Talking gender with synbio students

This week we feature a brief report from Pablo Schyfter on his ongoing research into synbio and gender, which he was recently invited to explain at an event organised by synbio students themselves. On 7 October, I delivered a lecture to … Continue reading

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Putting synthetic biology in historical context: Becoming a Tralfamadorian

This post is designed to introduce myself as a member of the Engineering Life team. Hello. I am Dominic, and I am a historian of science. Because of the kind of research questions I have typically chosen, I have always worked on scientists … Continue reading

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