Here is a paragraph for each of 12 videos from Syn Bio 7.0 in Singapore in 2017
9 to 12 inclusive are technical others are more likely history and/or awards etc from the conf. floor, etc. Any or all of the 12 might interest you, so of course thats the purpose of a paragraph about each. All are 20 minutes or less.
100 are in the totality, I might watch and review them all, but I picked the page of 12 that seemed the most relivant to my interests of executing actual work, no so much history and political theories. Maybe I will post more reivews, if they help you manage your time poke in a response here and I am more motovated to carefully format my ass-time on this.
URLS etc: and a neater flat file is attached.
FL: Synth Bio Conference 7.0 2017 Singapore - WWW Page 8 of 10
DE: Synth Bio 7.0 Conf video notes held 2017 in Singapore. About 12 videos; page 8 of 10
DT: 07 Sep 2022 Watched and reviewed Daniel B Kolis
These notes 12 entries as per URL Above on HTML video. 9 through 12 inclusive are technical
and informing, the others are somewhat interesting but more asperational then about
specifics of the science or technology...
These 12 reviews are one of a set of 100 total.
Table of contents re screen layout
1 2 3
Formalities. Happy talk about the conf. Some history.
4 5 6
Geo-engineering promotion. Textiles and Bio-engineering. General Tech observations.
7 8 9
Bio-tech observations. Some bio-science chat up. Micro-tubles and wet lab.
10 11 12
Plasmid tweating and lab. Integrases lab update. Size and microbe growth.
1) SB7.0 Day 2 - Signing Ceremony - BioBricks Foundation
2) SB7.0 Day 1 Brief Conclusion - BioBricks Foundation
Happy talk about the conference.
3) SB7.0 Day 1 - Art, Critique, Design and Our World - Oron Catts - BioBricks Foundation
Social science stuff, complaining about the status quo. 01:45. Some quotes in the
slides. 06:00 slides about hype versus what happens. 10:00 meat without animal sources.
1911 writing about making life in the lab 15:00. Redo of first experiments.
4) SB7.0 Day 1 - Art, Critique, Design and Our World - Oliver Morton - BioBricks Foundation
Starts with discussing a book about geo-engineering. 01:00. Steam engine as an example
of something. 07:00.
5) SB7.0 Day 1 - Art, Critique, Design and Our World - Jesus Ciriza Larraona - BioBricks Foundation
Textiles as a way to harness nature as technology. 01:00. Disucssion
6) SB7.0 - Jane Calvert - BioBricks Foundation
Trying to do good deads and extend IP to human needs. A social engineer.
Fancy hard to apply thinking. Metaphor 'Make a wedge now'. Says it's turning into business as
usual. Weapons are throwing in on it hugely. Book: "Fungible life".
7) SB7.0 Day 1 - Art, Critique, Design and Our World - Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg - BioBricks Foundation
Starts by rattling on about PET bottles. Open question "What is better ?"
Thought experiment about 2039 stories. 12:00 Conservation versus Syn Bio. Whats the wild look like
in Syn Bio ? Some thought experiments.. 15:00 interesting slide. Magazine "Fungal genetics and
8) SB7.0 Day 1 - Foundational Science - Sangram Bagh - BioBricks Foundation
A Space ( ex ISS ) and S.B. worker. Maybe some anti-cancer stuff too. Standard
wish i guy who thinks life sciences is a new kind of ordinary IC.
BioBrick dogmas. 06:30. 08:10 mRNA as a feedbacker by design. U of Toronto, India
and MIT hookups.
9) SB7.0 Day 1 - Foundational Science - Marileen Dogterom - BioBricks Foundation
TU Delft Netherlands. Discussion if synthetic cell(s) making. Minimal spec
open thinking. 03:10. 03:50 six univ in Netherlands show logos... She iike Micro tubles. 05:00
Chromo mieosis on micro tubles video at 05:10. Measuring forces inside cells doing this. 07:00
cool real science image(s) maybe at 07:00. Self centering micro machine. 08:00 micro pumps using
Tubulin: "Tubulin is the protein that polymerizes into long chains or filaments that form hollow
fibers". Her agenda long term 11:45. 12:30. Snapshot of named persons in motive forces part of
project, currently. 14:50 slide of named persons, names of some specific mini-projects in it too.
10) SB7.0 Day 1 - Foundational Science - Kate Adamala - BioBricks Foundation
Dichotomy between purer Synth, and in old world in-Vivo. "Bottom up" or what. Pieces. 01:50.
Compartments: DIY Compartments. 02:32. Oil water barriers. Energy versus thing slide 03:26.
Usually starts with making plasmids to do things. 04:45 Fragment of sppech control of promotors
to get DNA to listen up to designer goals. 05:50 Lower stuff inside slide. 06:40 Says libraries,
many at once is the best notion doesn't always work all the way. 07:40 Nice slide of major ways
to make a thing in S.B. Usual 'circuits' chat up. 08:20. Chat up on libraries not one-ofs attempts
in her group. Trying to get some mix and match in the wet lab step. Using random arrangement,
( order ), to do some mix-match in the jars... Named persons at 11:06. 12:00 Trying to export
products without blowing up the cell. 13:00 What id life look at other local planets with some s/c.
Chat up asbout life without regular ribosomes. Trying to make dead ribosomes come alive without
usual ribosomes. 13:34. Named persons, Univerity of Minnisota etc 15:00. 18:00 Chat up about dead
cells coming back to life somewhat. Term "LIfe-o-meter" to measure it specifically. Kate hangs at
U. of Minnisota specifically.
11) SB7.0 Day 1 - Foundational Science - Femi Olorunniji - BioBricks Foundation
A University of Glasgow fellow. Phage to Low level slide kicks this off. Key protein is an
'integrase'. 02:14. 03:00 Slide of these developments veruss time. 03:50 Slide names proteins his
lab uses. 04:30. Sort-of CRISPRey but more transient. 05:17. 06:15 Blots of stuff mixing and
making new stuff this way. psi BT1 Integrase is a specific asset. 09:45 Slide naming many ways
to use this technology. Main idea is 'Make RDFs'. 10:45 LIbrary of RDfs is a goal. 11:20 slide of
named persons and institutions.
12) SB7.0 Day 1 - Foundational Science - Chenli Liu - BioBricks Foundation
Says he started as an archetect. Says S.B. is similiar. Aggregating effect of how regular life
itself into element after element. 03:30 Modifying 'genetic circuits' to make periodic things
change number of elements. ( promotors, modified ). 04:00 Size of microbes defines a lot as they
start; ( examples ). 05:00. Cells usually grow faster then chromsomes. 07:15. 20 min versus
40 min. 07:50. References, named 'laws'. 08:40 Theories of why cells decide when what happens.
09:10. 10:34 simple formulas tests of this. 11:00 Length width changes. 11:40 FUnny experiment to
frustrate divison to prove some theories. Pictures of this working. 12:30. Some equalities formed
by doing this; ( numbers ). So called "SMK law". 15:00. Hows this work inside ? Simple geometries
tell the story ( areas, volumes ). 15:45. Bactera papers named, 16:45. Chats up S.B. to set these
params as desired. Harvard, slide of folks at 17:20.