Synthetic Biology: Engineering, Evolution & Design (SEED) is an annual conference that has been hosted in different cities since 2014: Manhattan Beach, CA; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; and Vancouver, Canada. This year the rapidly growing, highly-visible meeting will take place in Scottsdale, AZ! SEED 2018 will focus on advances in science, technology, applications, and related investments in the field of synthetic biology. This year’s theme will be “synthetic biology at the leading edge of massive DNA synthesis, editing, and decoding.”
The Meeting Chairs are Karmella Haynes (ASU) and Ryan Gill (UC Boulder).
Keynote speakers will include Jim Collins (MIT), Jay Keasling (UC Berkeley), Floyd Romesberg (Scripps), and Pam Ronald (UC Davis).
The call for poster abstracts is open until May 26, 2018.
If you are interested in supporting the conference, please visit the webpage, SEED: Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor, for more information.