• Creating Responsible Bioeconomies

    There is a need for the discussion of RRI in advanced biotechnology to be expanded to include the holistic concept of bioeconomy. In a series of future events, SYNENERGENE will take aspects of the bioeconomy into account. More
  • #SynbioForum: Read Rathenau's Storify of the event!

    Curious to know what happened at the #SynbioForum? Want to see some pictures? Read the Rathenau Institute's great summary of all tweets. Go to Storify
  • iGEMer’s Guide to the Future

    The iGEMer’s Guide to the Future is an interactive web-based tool that supports iGEM teams in their integrated human practices work and to do responsible research and innovation. More
  • Responsible Research and Innovation in Synthetic Biology

    Synenergene was a four-years project supported by the European Commission, aiming to establish an open dialogue concerning the potential benefits and risks of synthetic biology. The project ended in 2017. read more
04/11/2016 - 11:30

Build your own biolab in 10 weeks, Mondays and Tuesdays, from Jan. 31 - April 4, 2017, in Waag Society’s fourth edition of the BioHack Academy.

Fablab Amsterdam
Nieuwmarkt 4
1012 CR Amsterdam
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21/06/2016 - 24/06/2016

CUTEC, the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club, together with the University of Cambridge Department of Plant Sciences, organise a 'bio hackathon' in the context of the student-run Technology Ventures Conference.

Department of Plant sciences
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
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07/11/2015 - 08/11/2015

FSCONS 2015, the 'Free Society Conference and Nordic Summit', addresses questions of society, culture and technology in an open, participatory and multi-disciplinary manner.

Renströmsgatan 6
412 55 Göteborg
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15/09/2015 - 14:45

Open Wetlab Waag Academy
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22/04/2015 - 23/04/2015

Synbio conference with a focus on commerzialisation of synthetic biology, addressing startups, industry, investors, but also acadmics and biohackers. Announced speakers include Craig Venter, David Willets, and Rachel E. Haurwitz.

Imperial College
United Kingdom
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