Recipes - Tools - Community and Events - References - Inspiration - To do
- Cell : a universal distributed 3D printer, not just an extremely impressive bulding block
- A cell gets code in, puts structure out, the organism own growth is the result of a set of "tiny synchronized printers" that print it over and over again
- Cells have the blueprint code as DNA and make a complex network in 3D through which other type of information go through including chemical messaging (over synapses, immunitary network), electrical messaging (over nerves), etc.
- consequently I think it can be the ideal architectural model for Seedea:Oimp/VirtualAtelier and Cookbook#BuildAction
- ColorChangingFlower plants to have different flowers cycliquely
- DIY Health#PersonalGenomics
Some papers have been read after initially discovered WithoutNotesOctober10#MathematicsBiologyAndMetabiology and should be linked here.
- BiOS A framework to collaboratively solve our shared challenges.
- OpenPCR DNA printing for everyone
- partsregistry.org the Registry of Standard Biological Parts
- BioBrick Studio integrated development environment (IDE) that facilitates review, annotation, design, and implementation of standard biological parts from non-standard DNA, RNA, and protein sequences
- OpenWetWare an effort to promote the sharing of information, know-how, and wisdom among researchers and groups who are working in biology & biological engineering.
- DNA2.0 Gene Synthesis and Synthetic Gene Applications - Fastest Gene Synthesis Service
Community and Events
- integrate Chemistry
- add links to other mad scientists pages like http://www.madsci.org/
- Agrarian Studies - Synthetic Work at the Cutting Edge by James C. Scott and Nina Bhatt, Yale University Press 2001
- The Epigenome at a Glance, The University of Utah 2009
- more generally http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/
- favorite protein Wikipedia:Protein kinase M zeta