Activities

  • Curriculum Modules

    With many of our EBRC members directly involved in University and Graduate-level education, we recognize the need for additional, up-to-date teaching resources and materials for engineering/synthetic biology.

  • K-12 Standards and Curriculum

    The Education Working Group aims to develop and update Kindergarten through High School education standards and curricula for the teaching of concepts of engineering/synthetic biology. The Working Group is currently investigating existing standards and building relationships with educators to advance this initiative.

    In development – more coming soon.

    If you would like to engage with EBRC on this initiative, please contact education@ebrc.org

  • Global Forum for Engineering Biology

    More than 40 countries now have synthetic biology/engineering biology national strategies, either directly or as foundational cores of national bio-innovation or bioeconomy strategies.  EBRC is actively working with global leaders to facilitate an exchange of information on the nature and scope of engineering biology research worldwide.

    The next forum will be postponed until Spring 2022 so that it can safely be held in person. More information will be posted at this site roughly 6 months before the event.

    Our Initial Review of Synthetic Biology National Strategies:

    September 9-10, 2019 | Santa Cruz, CA USA

    Chaminade Resort & Spa in Santa Cruz, CA

    The EBRC Global Forum is an international summit on national synthetic biology roadmaps and strategies. We brought together leading representatives from more than 15 countries with active synthetic biology national strategies, programs, and roadmaps. It was an opportunity for international leaders in the field to present and discuss national strategies for synthetic or engineering biology in a relaxed, not-for-attribution forum.

  • Workshops with the National Security Community

    EBRC holds periodic workshops and other events to bring engineering biology researchers and the national security community together to discuss trends in the field, address potential concerns, and establish long term relationships.

    In development – more coming soon.

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