The SBOL Developers community meets approximately every 6 months. The discussion at these workshops is often convivial, collegiate, and interesting. In May 2014 the SBOL Developers group elected to co-locate future SBOL workshops with similar workshops hosted by the “Computational Modeling in Biology” Network (COMBINE). This creates an atmosphere where synthetic biologists and systems biologists can work toward a common goal of integrating biological knowledge through inter-operable and non-overlapping data standards. Our “COMBINE”d efforts empower exciting innovations like modeling whole cells.
We welcome participants from industry to these discussions, as SBOL standard exists to support commercial as well as scientific innovation in synthetic biology and biotechnology.
|SBOL 14: Workshop in Boston||2016-3-14||Raytheon BBN Technologies|
|SBOL 13 and COMBINE 2015 in Salt Lake City
|2015-10-12||University of Utah|
|SBOL 12 and HARMONY 2015 at the Leucorea in Wittenberg, Germany||2015-04-20||The Leucorea|
|SBOL 11: Workshop at COMBINE 2014||2014-08-18||University of Southern California|
|SBOL 10: Workshop at UC Berkeley||2014-01-07||University of California, Berkeley|
|SBOL 9: Workshop at Newcastle, 24-26 April 2013||2013-04-2||Newcastle University|
|SBOL 8: Workshop Boston, November 7-8, 2012, Boston University||2012-11-07||Boston University|
|SBOL 7: Meetup San Francisco, CA, 2012||2012-06-0||Marriott Courtyard San Francisco Downtown|
|SBOL 6: Workshop Seattle, WA, 2012||2012-01-05||University of Washington|
|SBOL 5: Workshop San Diego, CA 2011||2011-06-08||The Omni Hotel|
|SBOL 4: Workshop Blacksburg, VA 2011||2011-01-07||The Inn at Virginia Tech|
|SBOL 3: SynBioDEX Group Meeting Anaheim, CA 2010||2010-06-13||Hilton Anaheim|
|SBOL 2: Synthetic Biology Data Exchange Group Meeting Stanford, CA 2009||2009-07-26||Stanford University|
|SBOL 1: Standards and Specifications in Synthetic Biology Workshop Seattle, WA 2008||2008-04-26||University of Washington|
Current support for the development of the SBOL standard is provided by the NSF through Collaborative awards #1355909 and #1356401 and EPSRC grant #EP/J02175X/1. Other sponsorship, support, or endorsements have been provided by the following federal agencies, federal research centers, commercial enterprises, and academic institutions. Please be aware that this list may not be complete, since the number of SBOL supporters is growing rapidly. If your institution supports SBOL, and it is not listed here, please email the SBOL editors.
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BU Crossdisciplinary Integration of Design Automation Research (CIDAR)
Imperial College Centre for Synthetic Biology and Innovation (CSynBI)
Newcastle University Center for Synthetic Biology