The Wilson Center's CONTEXT podcast sat down with the Columbia Journalism Review's Curtis Brainard to hear about the quality of science journalism and how synthetic biology is covered
Please join us for a panel discussion about how the media in the United States and Europe covers synthetic biology.
Invited panelists will discuss the science behind synthetic biology, the risks this emerging technology poses to the environment and human health, as well as the socio-economic issues arising from a new “bio-economy” enabled by synthetic biology.
Join us to discuss the findings from a Synthetic Biology Project workshop on "over the horizon" synbio issues.
Join us to discuss the Presidential Commission on Bioethics report calling for enhanced oversight of synthetic biology.
David Rejeski discusses the emerging field of DIYBio on WAMU's The Kojo Nnamdi Show.
Join the Synthetic Biology Project on February 16 and 17 for the Socio-Technical Integration Research (STIR) Project Workshop 4.
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues held its first meeting on July 8-9. David Rejeski testified on the ethical issues of synthetic biology.
David Rejeski discusses the ethics of creating synthetic life on NPR's All Things Considered.
The rapidly growing network of do-it-yourself biologists has attracted the attention of both innovators, looking to mobilize a network of creative minds, and security experts, worrying about the proliferation of new capacities to create biological organisms.
As synthetic biology moves forward, it is critical to understand how the USPTO and EPO will react and respond to synthetic biology applications. This is a unique opportunity to discuss factors influencing intellectual property policy pertaining to synthetic biology with experts from the US and Europe.
The Synthetic Biology Project will be covering this year's International Genetically Engineered Machine competition at MIT. Stay tuned for nearly live video interviews with some of this year's contestants.