Using Cell-free Systems to Synthesize

And Express Bacteriophage Genomes

DNALC NYC at City Tech
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Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Funded by the National Science Foundation Future Manufacturing Program and Improving Undergraduate STEM Education Program

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Using Cell-free Systems to Synthesize and Express Bacteriophage Genomes
June 3-6, 2024 - DNALC NYC, Brooklyn, NY

Selection of workshop participants is competitive and based upon an applicant's potential to integrate workshop content into their teaching.

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Selection Criterion 2: Implementation

Briefly describe why you are interested in attending this workshop:
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