Take a look at the news archives of the CSIRO Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform.
Global Alliance of Biofoundries major step forward in synthetic biology
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has joined a network of the world’s leading Biofoundries that will support a paradigm shift in the way synthetic biology research is undertaken.
Taming exotic bacteria for more sustainable chemical processes
Bacteria are incredibly chemically diverse: there are bacteria that breathe metals, make their own fertiliser from the air, eat electricity, […]
SBA2019 Conference Open for Registration and Call for Abstracts
The SBA 2019 conference website is now open for registration and abstract submission. Details for plenary speakers will be added shortly. Early bird registration discounts close on June 30th
Can synthetic biology usher in the next generation of anti-doping measures?
In an age where banned substances are becoming increasingly harder to detect, we are in sore need of new detection methods. Enter synthetic biology.
Land and Water Seminar Series: Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform
Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform (FSP) Director, Assoc. Professor Claudia Vickers introduces the FSP as part of the Land and Water Business Unit Seminar Series.
FSP researcher named Superstar of STEM
A SynBio FSP researcher, Dr Madeline Mitchell, has been named one of the 2019 Superstars of STEM by Science & Technology Australia.
Building Australian Synthetic Biology: Q&A with Claudia Vickers
While visiting Australia in November 2018, the Senior Editor of Nature Research (Bioengineering) sat down with our Director to talk about how we are building the ecosystem to have world class synthetic biology in Australia.
Steroid synthesis discovery could rewrite the textbooks
The discovery of a new central enzyme in the steroid biosynthesis pathway in some modern organisms might lead to an evolutionary “re-think".
The synthetic biology revolution is now – here’s what that means
Right now, you're living in a kind of industrial revolution – where biotechnology, information technology, manufacturing and automation all come together to form synthetic biology.