Synthetic Biology Informatics



Researchers in the Synthetic Biology Informatics Group develop and demonstrate experimental wetware, software and laboratory automation devices that facilitate, accelerate, and standardize the engineering of microbes that produce fuels and chemicals from cellulosic biomass. Processes utilized include biological component characterization and re-usability/interchangeability, and computer-aided design.


Featured Media

Nathan Hillson talks with the Risk Group about the: “BioEconomy: Promise and Perils of Synthetic Biology”

 Nathan Hillson talks about the role of software development at JBEI

Microfluidic Device Mixes And Matches DNA For Synthetic Biology


Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Seminar: Synthetic Biology Scalability and Responsible Innovation

Training Your Robot the PR-PR Way


DNA Construction Software Saves Time, Resources and Money


Featured Publications

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