The Engineering Biology Research Consortium (EBRC) is a non-profit, public-private partnership dedicated to bringing together an inclusive community committed to advancing engineering biology to address national and global needs. We showcase cutting-edge research in engineering biology, identify pressing challenges and opportunities in research and application, articulate compelling research roadmaps and programs to address them, and provide timely access to other key developments in engineering biology. Driven by member-led working groups, we focus on Research Roadmapping, Education, Security, and Policy & International Engagement.
Help EBRC assess progress and barriers to achieving our inaugural roadmap's goals and milestones.Learn about the assessment →
We're hiring! Interested in the bioeconomy? Apply now to become EBRC's next postdoc.View the opportunity →
Check out EBRC In Translation, a new podcast production from the Student & Postdoc Association!Listen to EBRC In Translation →
Introducing BioMADE, the Bioindustrial Manufacturing And Design EcosystemLearn more about BioMADE →
We create visions and roadmaps for engineering biology.
Check out EBRC’s technical roadmaps for interdisciplinary innovation and the next-generation bioeconomy.Visit the Roadmap Website →
Get involved in our inclusive community! Membership is open to all interested students and postdocs in EBRC.More →
We’re actively developing tools to help researchers consider the security implications of their work.More →
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
EBRC Virtual Seminar Series 2021
Event date: May 4-21, 2021
Please join us for an exciting seminar series highlighting research advancing the field. Seminars are open to all, so please feel free to share with your colleagues.
SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY NEWS
We’re Hiring! – EBRC Science Policy Postdocs
Posted: May 5, 2021
The Engineering Biology Research Consortium (EBRC) and UC Berkeley are seeking postdoctoral scholars interested in science policy.
EBRC Announces Dr. India Hook-Barnard as the next Executive Director
Posted: April 7, 2021
India looks forward to working with the EBRC community to advance engineering biology and grow the Bioeconomy.
Moon lab alum among researchers who developed one of the first COVID-19 vaccines
Posted: April 6, 2021
Tatenda Shopera, an alum of EBRC member Tae Seok Moon‘s lab, is among the researchers who developed one of the first COVID-19 vaccines at Pfizer. Shopera was highlighted in Washington magazine. Click here to read the full article.
The genotype-phenotype landscape of an allosteric protein
Posted: March 31, 2021
Drew S. Tack, Peter D. Tonner, Abe Pressman, Nathanael D. Olson, Sasha F. Levy, Eugenia F. Romantseva, Nina Alperovich, Olga Vasilyeva, and David Ross. Molecular Systems Biology
Genetic requirements for cell division in a genomically minimal cell
Posted: March 31, 2021
James F. Pelletier, Lijie Sun, Kim S. Wise, Nacyra Assad-Garcia, Bogumil J.Karas, Thomas J.Deerinck, Mark H.Ellisman, Andreas Mershin, Neil Gershenfeld, Ray-Yuan Chuang, John I.Glass, Elizabeth A. Strychalski. Cell
EBRC Statement of Solidarity with Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders
Posted: March 19, 2021
EBRC condemns the vile, misogynistic, racist acts in Georgia. We stand with our Asian and Asian American family members, friends, and colleagues.
EBRC Industry Internship Program – student application portal is now open.
Posted: November 6, 2020
Apply now to the Summer 2021 Industry Internship Program. Application deadline is December 4, 2020.